Perform Code Review Activities

As an API developer that is part of a team of developers, you can perform code review activities, such as code diffs and merges, offline. API Server creates your API definition in the admin repository. Within the teamspaces/apis directory, API Server creates a directory for each API, your API definition. The name of each directory (the <apiurl> directory) is the unique URL fragment definition of the API. You can change the content of your admin repository, such as updating your API definitions with the latest source code from your SCS, check them in your final code to an SCS, copy, or remove them.
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As an API developer that is part of a team of developers, you can perform code review activities, such as code diffs and merges, offline. API Server creates your API definition in the admin repository. Within the 
teamspaces/apis
directory, API Server creates a directory for each API, your API definition. The name of each directory (the 
<apiurl>
directory) is the unique URL fragment definition of the API. You can change the content of your admin repository, such as updating your API definitions with the latest source code from your SCS, check them in your final code to an SCS, copy, or remove them.
Add or change the files that are in your admin repository only when
Layer7 Live API Creator
is stopped.
For more information about the organization and structure or your API definition, see View your API Definition.
Follow these steps:
  1. Stop API Server.
    All synchronization process in 
    Layer7 Live API Creator
    is suspended.
  2. As part of your code review activities, change the files that are in your API definition directory. 
  3. Restart API Server.
    The synchronization process reloads the API into the in-memory Derby database.