HTTPprotocol and supports both
apiport=xxxxin your nexus.conf or starting your daemon with the
HTTP Basicauthentication scheme. This requires the caller to set an
AuthorizationHTTP header with the value
Basic <credentials>with the
<credendtials>portion set to
base64encoded. On the API server side the authentication is configured by adding
apipassword=<password>to the nexus.conf. NOTE: If you wish to disable authentication entirely, you can do so by setting
apiauth=0in your nexus.conf
HTTPS). By default the API server is started with SSL disabled. To enable it, please add
apissl=1to your nexus.conf
multiuser=1in your nexus.conf (default off). When multiuser is enabled, the initial login response will include a session ID value. This session ID must be then be included in all subsequent API calls to endpoints that require a user to be logged in.
order: The order of the results. Values can be
limit: The number of records to return, default 100.
page: Allows the results to be returned by page (zero based). E.g. passing in page=1 will return the second set of (limit) transactions. The default value is 0 if not supplied.
offset: An alternative to
page, offset can be used to return a set of (limit) results from a particular index.
verbose: to indicate the verbosity of the data returned. Values can be
formatindicates the format of the data being provided to create the item / object (where applicable). Values can be