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Applications link your customer's usage to Revenium Product Licenses. This occurs through matching your user's authentication identifier to the External API Key parameter of a Consumer Application.
Consumer Applications allow metering of customer usage by creating a link between your customer's authentication ID (sometimes called client IDs) and a product license in Revenium. Applications in Revenium contain two key pieces of information that allow them to form a link between gateway client IDs and Revenium product licenses. "Revenium Applications match a gateway or IDP issued Client ID (generally associated with an OAuth Application), and are associated with one or more product licenses in Revenium to form this connection. Once an application has been created with the required information, Revenium can meter end user transactions and associate them to an existing product license and Revenium customer record.
An Application's "External API Key" generally maps to an API key or OAuth 2.0 Client ID as part of a Client Credentials grant type.
- 1.Click on 'Applications' in the navigation menu (Figure 1).
- 2.After clicking on the Applications' Link, the Applications' dashboard appears (Figure 2).
Figure 1. Applications link
Figure 2. Applications dashboard
- 1.Click on the Applications create button located in the upper right corner (Figure 3).
- 2.After clicking on the create button, the Applications form appears (Figure 4)
- 3.Fill the required inputs and click on Save to create a new Application.
- 4.After clicking on the Save button, the changes will be saved.
Figure 3. Applications create button
Figure 4. Applications create form
- 1.Click on the Applications view button located in each row of the Applications grid (Figure 5).
- 2.After clicking on the Applications view button, a screen appears listing the details of the chosen Application (Figure 6)
Figure 5. Application view button
Figure 6. Application view screen
- 1.Click on the Applications edit button located in each row of the Applications grid (Figure 7).
- 2.After clicking on the edit button, the Applications form, pre-filled with data from the selected Application, appears (Figure 8).
- 3.Modify the desired values. Click on save to confirm the changes.
Figure 7. Applications edit button
Figure 8. Applications edit form
- 1.Click on Applications delete button located in each row of the Applications grid (Figure 9).
- 2.After clicking on the Applications delete button, a confirmation message appears (Figure 10).
- 3.Click on 'Yes, I'm sure' to delete the item.
Figure 9. Applications delete button
Figure 10. Applications delete confirmation modal
- 1.Move the mouse over the preferred column header.
- 2.After moving the mouse over the preferred column header, an arrow appears next to the column name (Figure 11).
- 3.There are two directions: ascendant and descendant. The direction value switches between them. If the arrow goes up, the direction is ascendant, else, the direction is descendant.
- 4.Click on the header to change the sort direction, the items will be ordered by the column name and the selected direction.
Figure 11. Applications sorting
- 1.To see more Applications, use the pagination options. Identify the pagination options located at the bottom of the table (Figure 12).
- 2.The pagination options show the pages that surround the current page.
- 3.To access a specific page click on the number of the page.
- 4.To go to the first page, click on the button with the less than angle bracket “<”.
- 5.To go to the last page, click on the button with the more than angle bracket “>”.
Figure 12. Applications pagination
- 1.The data shown in the table depends on the current organization selected.
- 2.To change the current organization, click on the settings icon in the top right of the navigation bar.
- 3.After expanding this menu, the Organizations menu appears (Figure 13).
- 4.Click on any of the available organizations in the list to select it and the data will be updated.
Figure 13. Change Organization Menu