Manage API EULAs
This article describes how administrators and API owners manage API end-user license agreements (EULAs) in the Portal.
This article describes how administrators and API owners manage API end-user license agreements (EULAs) in the
API Developer PortalPortal.
API Portal, when organization administrators add an API to their organization, they must agree to the EULA. All APIs published on the
API Portalneed an API EULA. So, before administrators can add an API, an administrator or API owner must add a EULA to the
API Portal. If the
API Portaldoes not have the correct API EULA, an administrator or API owner must add the EULA. Alternatively, they can edit an API EULA that is not assigned to an API associated with an organization.
You can also manage your API EULAs by way of the Portal API or use this API in your scripts for managing API EULAs.
For more information about the Portal API, see Portal API (PAPI).
In this article:
Examine API EULAs
You can use the API EULAs page to find API EULAs. To examine the content of an API EULA, select the name of the EULA.
Add API EULAs
You can add API EULAs to the
Follow these steps:
- Log in as an administrator or API owner.
- Select theServicesicon.
- SelectPublish,EULAs.TheAPI EULAspage opens.
- SelectAdd API EULA.TheAdd API EULApage opens.
- Enter a unique name and the API EULA content.
Edit API EULAs
You can edit the name and content of an API EULA and assign API EULAs to APIs. The name must be unique. If the API is associated to an organization, you cannot assign the API EULA to that API.
Follow these steps:
- On theAPI EULAspage, selectEditfrom the drop-down list in theActionscolumn.
- Edit the API EULA.
Delete API EULAs
You can delete API EULAs that are not assigned to an API. On the
API EULAspage, select
Deletefrom the drop-down list in the
To delete multiple API EULAs, select the checkbox next to each API EULA and select
Bulk Actionsmenu. If any of the API EULAs you have selected are assigned to an API, then you cannot delete multiple API EULAs.