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Apigee Edge provides a "history" feature that can be helpful in troubleshooting problems as well as managing API usage. The history feature enables you to view the operations (create, update, read, delete, deploy, undeploy) that have been performed on your APIs and API products over time. You can see who performed each operation, when the operation was performed, the request URI, and the response code. For update operations, you can also view the request body that was as passed in the API call.

Retrieving API history

To view the history of an API:

  1. Select the API from the summary list on the API proxies page.
  2. On the API detail page, click Project, and choose API Proxy History.

    This displays the history for the API.

  3. You can change the date range for the history to the last day, week, 2 months, 3 months, or year, by selecting from the menu next to Showing data for last.
  4. You can view the request body for update operations by clicking Show in the Request Body column for the operation.


     

  5. When you mouse over the DEPLOY or UNDEPLOY verbs in the list, a tooltip shows the actual operation that was used in the underlying deploy or undeploy call (CREATE or DELETE). 

Retrieving API product history

To view the history of an API product:

  1. Select History in the Actions column for the product on the Products page.

    This displays the history for the API product.

  2. You can change the date range for the history to the last day, week, 2 months, 3 months, or year, by selecting from the menu next to Date Range.
  3. You can view the request body for update operations by clicking Show in the Request Body column for the operation.

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