CA Live API Creator 4.0

Release Notes
Summary of enhancements, fixes, and open issues.
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API Creator Overview
CA Live API Creator is a low-code solution to creating APIs and microservices. You can create APIs and services that are secure, cost efficient, and easy to maintain through iterative development. You can use  to integrate data across disparate cloud-based or on-premise data sources. For example, these data sources can be SQL databases, NoSQL databases, cloud APIs, and software components.  offers ease and efficiency of modernizing application architectures by way of APIs and microservices.
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Getting Started
An overview of features and basic use of the product.
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Tutorials and Samples
View sample APIs to expedite your learning.
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Installing and Upgrading
Install or upgrade the software and perform initial configuration tasks.
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Configuring
Configure CA Live API Creator.
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Creating APIs
Instant schema-based default APIs are complemented by point-and-click resources that you explicitly define in API Creator. These resources provide projections, aliases, and joins across databases. Default and custom APIs provide enterprise-pattern automation, including optimistic locking, pagination, and generated key support.
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Securing APIs
The articles in this section describe how to secure the APIs that you have created and developed.
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Developing APIs
Compute and validate data with rules, extend CA Live API Creator, manage functions, and explore the elements of JavaScript that are relevant to CA Live API Creator.
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Managing APIs
Managing APIs
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Invoking APIs
Invoke APIs using GET, PUT, POST, and DELETE, learn about request formats, and learn about response formats.
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Creating Listeners
Listeners are pieces of JavaScript code that non-REST events can invoke. Examples include a server startup or shutdown listener, a message that is published by a system such as MQTT or Apache Kafka, or a time-based listener. You define how listeners respond to events. For example, a time-based listener can trigger the insertion of a row in a database or an MQTT or Kafka listener can process a message that it receives by publishing another message.
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Creating Timers
Timers are pieces of JavaScript code that  executes at specific times. These timers can run any JavaScript code. Like all other JavaScript code in , timers have full access to the JavaScript environment, and to the underlying JVM.
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Troubleshooting
Contains troubleshooting information 
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Tech Blog
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Frequently Asked Questions
View a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs).
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