View APIs using API Hub

You can view APIs and API documents using API Hub.
In this article:
View an API using API Hub
You can view the list of APIs to which you have visibility permissions using API Hub.
Follow these steps:
  1. Sign in to API Hub.
    The Home page appears.
  2. Select
    APIs
    .
    A list of APIs displays on the APIs page.
  3. Select the tile for the API that you want to view.
    The API Details page appears.
View an API Document using API Hub
You can view the list of documents for those APIs to which you have visibility permissions using API Hub.
Follow these steps:
  1. From the APIs page, click the API for which you want to view API documents.
    The Overview information opens.
  2. Select the
    Documentation
    tab.
    A list of API documents displays. Those that are displayed are those that correspond to the language that you have selected for API Hub. For example, if you have selected Spanish as the language for API Hub (from the language selector at the top of the page), but the API only includes English-language API documents, an empty list displays. To view the documents in the other languages that API Hub supports, switch API Hub to that language.
    Your English-language documents are not automatically translated and published into the language that you have selected for API Hub.
View the API Swagger Documentation using API Hub
You can view the API Swagger documentation and test the API using API Hub.
Follow these steps:
  1. From the APIs page, click the API for which you want to view API Swagger documentation.
    The Overview information opens.
  2. Select the
    Specs
    tab.
    The Swagger UI opens.
  3. From the drop-down, select the application for which you want to test and explore this API.
    A second drop-down appears.
  4. Select your API key.
    The API key (client ID) and the shared secret (client secret) (if the shared secret was generated in plaintext), display.
  5. Ensure that your session is authorized. If applicable, the Padlock icon next to your selected endpoint indicates whether an endpoint is locked. If required, authorize your session by clicking the Padlock, and then completing the information required in the
    Authorization
    window.
  6. Expand the endpoint that you want to execute, and then click
    Try it out
    .
    The example values in the
    Request Body
    field become editable.
  7. Make changes to the example request, and then click
    Execute
    .