Browse the API Catalog - Publishers

All users, including anonymous users, can get basic information about each API published on the  Portal by browsing the API Catalog. For example, you can track API version changes, availability (state), and popularity (number of applications using the API) using the API Catalog. 
All users, including anonymous users, can get basic information about each API published on the 
API Developer Portal
 Portal by browsing the API Catalog. For example, you can track API version changes, availability (state), and popularity (number of applications using the API) using the API Catalog. 
The API Catalog includes the following information about each API:
  • Name (You can search for APIs by name.)
  • Public description
  • State: Enabled, Disabled, or Deprecated (You can filter APIs according to their state.)
  • Version
  • Recent activity (The New label indicates APIs that were first enabled on the 
    API Portal
     in the last seven days. The Versioned label indicates APIs that had their version number changed in the last seven days. You can filter APIs according to their recent activity.)
     If an API was added and revised in the last seven days, then only the New label appears.
  • Number of applications using the API
  • Visibility: Public, Private. or Semi-Private (Anonymous user cannot view private or semi-private APIs. You can filter APIs according to their visibility.)
APIs are either public, private, or semi-private. Only the following users can view a private or semi-private API:
  • logged in API owners or those that have been given permission by the API owner
  • logged in developers who have the private API in their organization
To open the API Catalog, select the 
Services
 icon, 
Publish
API Catalog
.
The following image shows the API Catalog screen with the Filter panel and API Details panel open:
  APICatalog3b.png  
 
Image Notes:
 The numbers of the following notes correspond to the numbers in the previous image.
  1. To open or close the Filters panel, select 
    Filter
    .
  2. To search for an API, begin typing its name in the 
    API Name
     field. The field lists APIs with matching names. Select an API from the list and select 
    Apply
    .
  3. To filter the list of APIs, select one or more of the filters. Then select 
    Apply
    .
  4. When you apply a filter, the Filter bar describes the filter.
  5. To clear all the filters and the API Name field, select 
    Remove Filter
    .
  6. To view more information about an API, select 
    View Details
    .
  7. Icons next to the API names indicate their states.
  8. Labels next to the API names indicate recent activity.