Overview of the Policy Manager

The Policy Manager is the user interface for the CA API Gateway. Located on the internal local area network, the Policy Manager communicates over default ports. Use the Policy Manager to construct web service and XML application policies, manage policy users, configure identity bridging, and configure, audit, and monitor the CA API Gateway.
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The Policy Manager is the user interface for the CA API Gateway. Located on the internal local area network, the Policy Manager communicates over default ports. Use the Policy Manager to construct web service and XML application policies, manage policy users, configure identity bridging, and configure, audit, and monitor the CA API Gateway.
The Policy Manager offers two different operating modes:
  • Normal GUI for all configuration and management tasks
  • Troubleshooting Mode for Network Administrators to gather additional information about system errors (available in Windows version only).
For information on the general Policy Manager workflow, see General Workflow.
Depending on which CA API Gateway product you have installed, not all features described in this help system may be available. For more information, see Product Summary.
Troubleshooting
Adjust High DPI Scaling Settings for Policy Manager
These instructions address a display problem when running Policy Manager on Windows 10.
The Policy Manager may not display correctly on some high resolution monitors. If you experience display problems such as small fonts and illegible lines, try adjusting the high DPI scaling behavior of the executable file.
To adjust the display settings for Windows 10:
  1. Navigate to the Policy Manager installation folder.
    For example: c:\Program Files (x86)\CA Technologies\CA API Gateway Policy Manager
    version
    \
  2. Right-click the CA API Gateway Policy Manager.exe file and select Properties.
    The properties dialog opens with the General tab selected.
  3. Click the
    Compatibility
    tab.
    • For Win 10 Build 16299/Version 1709: select
      Override high DPI scaling behavior
      , then select
      System 
      from the menu.
    • For Win 10 Build 17763/Version 1809: click
      Change high DPI settings
      , select 
      Override high DPI scaling behavior
      , then select 
      System 
      from the menu.
  4. Restart Windows and reopen the Policy Manager.