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The Visual-Guard Identity Server API documentation provides a comprehensive guide on how to use Postman to view, explore, and test the API methods.

Postman is a popular tool used by developers for API testing. It allows you to send requests to the web server and get the response back. In the context of Visual-Guard Identity Server, it can be used to understand the various API methods available.

The documentation provides a link to the complete API of Visual-Guard Identity Server. This allows you to easily view and explore the various methods available in the API.

To start testing the API methods, you need to download and install Postman. The documentation provides a link to the official Postman download page.

Once you have Postman installed, you need to download the ‘VGIdentityServer Environment variables’ and ‘VGIdentityServer API Collection’ files. These files are to be imported into Postman. The documentation provides step-by-step instructions on how to do this.

After importing the files, you can start using Postman to test the API methods. You need to authenticate your user first, and then you can call any API.

In summary, the Visual-Guard Identity Server API documentation provides a detailed guide on how to use Postman to view and test the API methods. It provides all the necessary resources and instructions to get you started. Whether you are a seasoned developer or a beginner, this documentation is a valuable resource for understanding and testing the Visual-Guard Identity Server API.


View the complete API of Visual-Guard Identity Server

To easily view and explore VG Identity Server API methods, we have a documentation/api collection available on postman tool.


Use Visual-Guard Identity Server API

Exploring the Visual-Guard Identity Server API

The Visual-Guard Identity Server API offers a collection of methods that can be conveniently explored and tested using the Postman tool. To get started, follow these steps:

  1. Download and Install Postman: Postman is a powerful tool for API testing. You can download it from the official website: Postman Downloads.
  2. Prepare for Import: Download the following files which will be imported into Postman:

To easily explore and test VG Identity Server API methods, we have an API collection available on postman tool.

Exploring and Testing the VG Identity Server API

To explore and test the VG Identity Server API, follow these steps:

  1. Launch the Postman tool: Postman is a powerful tool that allows you to interact with APIs in a user-friendly environment.
  2. Download the ‘VGIdentityServer Environment Variables’: These variables are essential for configuring your API requests in Postman.
  3. Import the downloaded environment variables into Postman: To do this, navigate to the ‘File’ menu in Postman, select ‘Import’, and choose the file you just downloaded.
  4. Configure your environment variables: In Postman, click on the ‘Environment’ section. Here, you can adjust the variables according to your specific configuration.

By following these steps, you can effectively explore and test the VG Identity Server API using Postman.

Downloading the ‘VGIdentityServer API Collection’

  1. Download the ‘VGIdentityServer API Collection’: This file contains a collection of all the API methods available for testing.

Importing the API Collection into Postman

  1. Open Postman and navigate to the ‘File’ menu. Select ‘Import’ from the dropdown menu.
  2. In the Import dialog box, select the ‘VGIdentityServer API Collection’ file that you just downloaded.

After successfully importing the file, the API collection will be visible in your Postman interface, as shown below. Now, you’re all set to explore and test the various methods offered by the Visual-Guard Identity Server API.

Getting Started with Postman

  1. Launch the Postman tool: Open the Postman application on your device.
  2. User Authentication: Before you can start using the API, you need to authenticate your user. This step is crucial for ensuring secure access to the API.
  3. Using the API: Once your user is authenticated, you’re all set to start using the API. You can now explore and test any of the methods provided by the Visual-Guard Identity Server API.