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Workspace Planning Analytics
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 4, 2021

TM1 REST API / ODATA swagger official distribution

From a security and application design perspective we need to restrict which REST API methods can be used by a client when communicating with TM1 Server.

In case we place API gateway as a proxy component (to prevent direct connection to TM1 Server), we need to define which methods are allowed. This can be done by importing a list of methods into API gateway in standardized form - a swagger - and filtering methods which are relevant.

Currently IBM does not offer any official swagger distribution which complicates description of API, this must be managed manually.

While a swagger / list of methods changes with each new product version (including minor fixes), there is strong need for standardization in this area.

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