Publish an API to a Public Portal
Use your organization’s public portal to publish API assets for viewing and use by developers inside and outside your organization.
A public portal is visible to anyone who has the URL of the portal. The URL for a public portal starts with
Domain_Name with the domain name shown in Anypoint access management on the Organization page.
An organization’s Exchange administrators add assets to the public portal and remove assets from the public portal.
Grant the Exchange administrator permission to a user or revoke the permission from a user with Anypoint Access Management.
For more information see Set User Access Permissions.
Follow these steps to add an asset to a portal and make the asset public.
Adding an asset to a portal does not delete the asset. It is still available internally.
Select an API asset to show its details.
Click Share and select Public - Publish it on the public portal.
Select the version of the asset you want to publish in the public portal.
If no action occurs, refresh your browser, log in again, and add the asset again.
Follow these steps to remove an asset from a portal and make the asset private.
Removing an asset from a portal does not delete the asset. The asset is still available internally.
Select the asset in Exchange and click Share.
Select Public - Publish it on the public portal.
Clear the version checkbox.
The version of the asset is set to Private.
In Exchange, refresh the browser screen.
In the asset’s Overview, the Visibility setting is now Private.