Oracle Mobile Cloud Service: team members accessing APIs by Lonneke Dikmans

Posted: June 6, 2018 in Cloud, Mobile
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Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is setup around different personas. When you login to MCS you see a list of roles.
The Mobile App developer is the developer that is creating a mobile application and is using APIs that are exposed in MCS. The Service developer is the developer that creates the APIs, connectors etc.
This distinction is very useful: it helps in making sure the documentation is targeted to the right people and the content is organized in a way that makes sense for these different personas.
Sometimes, however, it does not work as well. As I discussed in an earlier post: the command line tools to deploy and test services is hidden in software that is targeted at mobile app developers.  In this post I want to discuss another use case that is not that obvious apparently: a service developer calling an API.
In our project we are creating APIs for several different mobile app developers. Before we publish an API and a mobile backend we want to test this mobile backend. We secured the APIs with security roles, because we want to make sure that APIs for internal use are not accidently exposed to external companies.  To be able to test the API, we had to assign the correct role to the team member. This is when the challenge started.
Assigning roles to users in MCS
There are two ways of assigning roles to users for MCS. The first method is using the MCS Mobile User Management, which can be accessed using the mobile portal ui: Read the complete article here

 

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