Applications allow metering of customer usage without requiring your customer to use HyperCurrent issued keys. This occurs through linking a gateway application ID to a Product License in HyperCurrent
An Application's "External ID" 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