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API configurations of an Instance

  1. Select any Instance under the Instances tab. Click on API configuration. On the left side, you can see list of the environment variables.

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  1. To add a new value for the environment variable, click ‘New Value’.

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  1. Add the new value and click on Save and Update to save the entered value.

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  1. On the right side, you can see the configuration options for the Instance. It also includes the Instance ID. You may copy the Instance ID from here if required.

APIConfig

  1. Configure APIs as per your requirements with the following settings:
  • Enable Anonymous requests: If anonymous requests are enabled, any user may access the APIs without any authentication token. Know more about Authentication and authentication token here.

  • Enable Anonymous Registrations: If enabled, Accounts can be created by anonymous users by calling the createAccount function.

  • Enable Account verification: If enabled, Accounts must be verified before the login.

Click the check box to enable the setting.

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  1. You may Enforce Referential Integrity On Deletes by clicking the below check box. It causes an error to be returned if an attempt is made to delete data that is being referenced by other tables. The errors can be avoided at runtime by setting the clearArrayReferences to true when you call the delete API.

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