The interactive Armor API tool, powered by Swagger, is a cloud-based tool used to build, deploy, and document APIs. You can this tool to test and review the API calls before you implement the calls. 

The interactive Armor API is divided into five sections: 

Access the interactive Armor API

To use the interactive Armor API, you must first authenticate into the tool with your account credentials and keys.

There are two ways to authenticate into the tool: 

Via Swagger and AMP

  1. In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the top, right corner, click your username. 
  2. In the drop-down menu, select the desired account. 
  3. In the drop-down menu, select Settings.
  4. Copy your account number. You will need this information later. 

Via the command line

  1. Enter the login information for the Armor Management Portal (AMP). Review the following example.   

    POST /auth/authorize
      "username": "user@domain.com",
      "password": "password123%^&"
  2. If the authentication is successful, you will receive the authorization code (code). Review the following example. 

     "redirect_uri": null,
     "code": "<<base64-hash>>"
     "success": true
  3. Redeem the authorization code (code) to retrieve the access token and ID token. Review the following example.   

    POST /auth/token
  4. If the request is successful, you will receive the access token (access_token) and the X-Account-Context (id_token). Copy this information. Review the following example. 

     "access_token": "<<32-bit-uuid>>",
     "id_token": "<<base64-hash>>",
     "expires_in": 1800,
     "token_type": "Bearer"
  5. Go to apidoc.tde.armorlabs.co.
  6. In Authorization, enter the access token (access_token). 
  7. In X-Account-Context, enter the ID for the account. 
  8. Click Authorize. You can now use the form to locate and test API calls before you enter the command line. 

Add input parameters to Put, Post, Delete, and Get

This section only applies to API call that require input parameters.

  1. Click the desired API section (Authentication, Infrastructure, Network Services, Security, Support, and Account Management), and then click the desired API call.  
  2. On the right, under Data Type, click Example Value, and then click the example to populate the blank filed under Value.  
  3. On the left, under Value, make your desired changes. 
  4. Click Try it out! The fields below will populate with your added changes, including the expected results. You can copy these fields and paste the information into the command line. 

Additional information

For more information on the Armor APIs, see Armor API Guide

For more information on the Swagger product, please visit the Swagger website