Manager   •   about 9 years ago

Q. The Test Lab is only providing use cases - is there a development server?

Q. The Test Lab is only providing use cases. This is a good resource but not exactly what I was looking for. Is there a development server that I can use? Looking for data custodian endpoints, and sample user credentials.

A.
The simulated Data Custodian in the test lab is in fact a functioning Green Button Connect My Data server against which you can develop and test your third party application. To determine the endpoints please look at the WADL for the data custodian in the Appendix B of the Reference Architecture document and substitute the {DataCustodianPortal} reference with the actual base URL of the Test Lab’s Data Custodian. Also, the user credentials programmed in the Test Lab’s simulated Data Custodian are provided in the on-line help in the portal, and in the downloadable user manual.

Please note that the sample Authorized Third Party application, also in the Test Lab is but one example of a functioning third party application you can use as to better familiarize yourself with the test cases embodied in the standard and the Ontario Reference Architecture / API.

  • 3 comments

  •   •   about 9 years ago

    What is " actual base URL of the Test Lab’s Data Custodian" I see few of them on Test lab but I don't know what URL's are they

  • Manager   •   about 9 years ago

    Have you gone through the full registration process yet? At the end of this process you will be given links (URL’s) for the Data Custodian and the sample Third Party Application available in the Test Lab. From there you can determine the base URL to use for the RESTful service calls defined in the Reference Architecture document and the WADL in the Appendix.

  •   •   about 9 years ago

    I am getting
    https://greenbutton.affsys.com/a3p/api/v1/Custodian/1/Auth
    What is for example
    {DC_Registration_URI} as per document? Is it
    https://greenbutton.affsys.com/a3p/api/v1 ?
    The document also says port 8080. Is that correct?

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