Summary of Web Services

The “Summary” tab shows the metadata of the selected view:

  • Its name.

  • Its description.

  • The list of the categories it belongs to.

    • You can click on any of the category names to browse the views and web services grouped in that category.

  • The list of the tags it has assigned.

    • You can click on any of the tag names to browse the views and web services that have that tag assigned.

  • The database name.

    • You can click it to browse the views and web services within that database.

  • Below is an icon that indicates whether or not the ws is deployed:

    • image0: Shows that the web services is not deployed.

    • image1: Shows that the web services is deployed. Clicking on this icon will open a popup that shows the URL of connection to the web services:

    Show Connection URI

    By clicking on this icon (image2) you can copy to the clipboard the url on which the web service is disployed.

  • Its type: REST or SOAP.

  • Its schema: the list of its fields, with their name, description and type.

    • The description may contain HTML markup.

Web Service REST summary

Web Service REST summary

Web Service SOAP summary

Web Service SOAP summary

The button to edit the web service is only visible if the user has administration privileges. In that case, you can modify:

  • Its description.

  • Add or remove categories and tags.

  • The description of each field.

Web Service edit

Web Service edit