/v1/to port 8002 and all other requests to port 8001. The recommended configuration is to not expose port 8001 to the public and only accept incoming traffic on port 443. Port 8002 may still be opened to external hosts, typically in a configuration where the Web and API/Backend components are deployed as separate hosts. In such a scenario it is advisable to allow communication from the Web node towards the API/Backend node on port 8002.
https://may be added while separating each URL using a
,(comma) symbol. Wildcards may also be used as part of the hostname to match multiple URLs in one go such as:
https://*.cors.exivity.io. An overview of all current security policies can be found here.
exportedfolders within the Exivity home directory, and if a specified path + filename did not start with
exported/then these would be prepended automatically before the check was done.
exported/are no longer automatically prepended
%EXIVITY_HOME_PATH%/exportedfolder. Previously with version 2.x.x a user could check for the existence of this file using the following example:
config.jsonfile on your system.
"2020-01-29T11:26:52Z". Note that the Z suffix denotes the UTC time standard.
pdf/invoiceoption for the
formatquery parameter has been removed. Please use
invoice_optionsquery parameter has been removed in favour of
INVOICE_are replaced by respective keys prefixed with
messageattribute. Use a combination of
POSTrequests to this endpoint.
filenamein the response from this endpoint will no longer include the
import/prefix to better align for other requests in this endpoint. See the example below: