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The REST API can be configured by modifying the rest_api.properties file, which is located in the <UCMDB_Server_Home>/conf/ folder.
The available options and default values are as follows:
#hostname of ucmdb server ucmdb_host=localhost #protocol to be used when connecting to ucmdb server(http or https) ucmdb_protocol=http #port of ucmdb server ucmdb_port=8080 #default ucmdb customer default_customer=1 #rest authorization token lifespan token_expiration_minutes=30 #root context of ucmdb server, just in case it is set root_context=/ucmdb/root_context
- If the rest_api.properties file is not present in the above location, the REST API uses these default values.
When configuring the
root_contextproperty, if the URL is as following: https://localhost:8443/root_context/example, then the
root_contextproperly value is root_context/example.
The REST API supports the HTTP and HTTPS protocols. You can choose a protocol by changing the value of the Rest-Api Port Mapping setting, which locates under UCMDB UI > Administration > Infrastructure Settings Manager > Web Components to Connectors.
There is a global limit of 15 requests/second for all the REST endpoints.
All the REST endpoints for the Changes Repots (/changes/*) are limited to 5 concurrent requests.
Input dates checking validates the date interval that is sent to the rest-api/changeReports endpoint, namely the dateFrom and dateTo fields of the request body:
- The dateTo field value can no longer occur 5 days after current time in the future.
- The dateFrom field value cannot occur after dateTo.
- The dateFrom field value cannot be longer than history.purging.months.to.save.back (UCMDB setting, default value 3) months in the past.
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