Services Administration


The Services Administration page enables users to create, view, edit, and delete external API APIs (application programming interfaces) are a set of protocols and definitions developers use to build and integrate application software. APIs act as the connective tissue between products and services. or authentication services. Examples of external services include Google Places API, Twilio API, OAuth2 Authentication Grants, and GPG Encryption/Decryption.

NOTE  WSRBAC (workspace role-based access control) controls access to functions of Services Administration page. For more information on what roles can access and edit Services Administration data, view the Creator Role Administration article.

TIP  To learn how to add a service to the environment, view our Administration Services - How to: Add a Service article.

Navigating to a Service

After creating a service. Creators Also known as Unqork Users, or Designer Users; is anyone who is inside the Unqork platform. can access the service's management page to edit service info, workspace access, service type, and more.

To access and edit a service from the Services Administration page:

1. In the Services Administration list, navigate to the service you want to view or edit.
2. In the Actions column, click Manage.
3. Select Open. The service page displays.
4. At the top right of the page, click  Edit.

Service Settings

Service Info

The Service Info section lets you name the service, and choose whether it's only available for server-side execution.

A static image displaying a Service's Service Info settings.

Setting Description

Service Title*

Enter the name of the service. A descriptive title helps other Creators understand the service.

*This field is required.

Service Name*

The permanent system-name for the service. This value is for reference and cannot be changed.

Allow Service Execution Server Side Only

Set to (ON) to prevent the service from being used in modules with the Server-Side Execution Only setting set to (OFF).

IMPORTANT  When set to (ON), the service is configurable in non server-side modules, but it does not function in Express View.