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Developer & App Administration Developer and App API enables you to provision developers and the apps they build in your organization. The Developer API enables you to add, update, and delete developers. These are the developers who build apps that consume the APIs you manage with Apigee Enterprise. In the default model, each developer owns one or more apps. For more advanced scenarios, you can group developers into a collection called a "Company." If you do so, apps belong to the Company. Credentials Apigee generates and validates consumer keys (aka API Keys) on behalf of your API. A consumer key (and associated secret) is generated when an app is created by, or on behalf, of a developer. The consumer key is returned in the response to app creation; it is included in the response to a successful POST operation to /apps. Because keys in Apigee Enterprise are used to control access to API Products, you must specify one or more API Product when the app is created. The key is returned in the Active or Pending state based on the settings for the API Product. If key approval is set to auto for the API Product, then the key is returned in the Active state. The app may immediately begin consuming the resources defined in the API Product. If key approval is set to manual for the API Product, then the key is returned in the Pending state. The key must be manually approved (i.e., reset to Active state) before the app may begin consuming resources defined in the API Product. Back
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