|Input Name||Input Code||Required||Description|
|N||Import will only take place if changes are detected in the implementation or publication of the API. This prevents unnecessary API iteration increases.|
|API Grants||FDOAP_INP_API_GRANTS||N||Multiselect list of grants to grant to the group(s) specified in the Grantee Groups input|
|Grantee Groups||FDOAP_INP_GROUPS||N||Groups or Users are required if API Grants are specified. Oracle Paas group to receive API Grants. If multiple then separate with a comma. Group1,Group2|
|N||Groups or Users are required if API Grants are specified. Oracle users to receive API Grants.|
Will query target environment for reference ids and replace them before importing.
See ExportAPI Special Considerations for more information on replacing references.
|Apiary Token @since 22.214.171.124||FDOAP_INP_APIARY_TOKEN||N|
Refresh token for Apiary. If you have apiary documentation linked in any APIs then this should be set. See Generating an Apiary Token below.
If the import process detects Apiary Documentation and no Token is set your API import will still succeed but the documentation may not be linked properly and you will see a warning in the logs.
|FDOAP_OUT_API_ITERATION||The API iteration after importing|
|FDOAP_OUT_API_ID||The API id after importing. If the API already exists it will not change the id.|