One of the exciting additions of the upcoming Zato 3.2release is the ability to
invoke services through OpenAPI endpoints without a need for creation
of REST channels explicitly - read more for details.
Acting as containers for enterprise APIs,
services are able to invoke each other to form higher-level processes and message flows. What if a service
needs to invoke a hot-deployable Python function or method, though? Read on to learn details of how to accomplish it.
A recurring need in larger integration projects is generation of API documentation for users belonging to different,
yet related, target groups. Read on to learn how to generate Zato-based API specifications for more than one group
from a single source of information.
In addition to a GUI, Python and REST APIs, it is now possible to access your
from command line. Learn from this article how to quickly check, set and delete keys in this way - particularly useful for remote SSH connections to Zato environments.