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App Details Page Help

The App Details page displays information on your TIBCO Cloud Integration app. You can use this page to view, monitor, or make changes in your app.

The following items are shown for the app:

Item Description
Indicator Icon A “stoplight” icon showing if the app is running or stopped, and the number of required and currently running app instances. The icon is green for a running app, red for a stopped app, or yellow for a deploying app. Click the Indicator Icon to show controls to scale an app.
App Name The app’s name.
Date The date when the app was last modified.
App Type The app type. App types include Integration, Web Integrator, API Mock App, Node.js, or no implementation.
Sandbox The sandbox in which the app is located.
Endpoint Click to see the app’s endpoints. Endpoints are displayed in a list. The following controls are also included for each endpoint:
  Copy - Copies the app endpoint URL to the clipboard.
  Publish to Mashery - Publishes an app’s endpoint to TIBCO Mashery, to use Mashery’s features for API management on that endpoint.
  View API - Opens the base endpoint URL in a new window.
  Shortcut menu - The endpoint shortcut menu contains the items Download Spec, which downloads the endpoint API in JSON format, and Copy Spec URL, which copies its URL to the clipboard.
Shortcut menu
The shortcut menu contains the following items:
  Replace app - Pushes an EAR archive and manifest containing a new version of an app’s implementation. This can be used to update an Integration app, or replace an API Mock App with an Integration App.
  Delete app - Removes an app from the system.
  Move to a different sandbox - Moves the app to another existing sandbox. After selecting this item, a list of all available sandboxes will be shown.

The following tabs are shown:

Tab Description
Implementation Presents a read-only static tree view of all processes deployed for an Integration App, Mock App, or Web Integrator App. See Viewing TIBCO BusinessStudio Processes for more details.
Metrics Displays performance metrics such as CPU and memory usage, network throughput, and uptime. You can select a time range to view historical metrics. See Viewing Metrics for more details.
Log Displays logs for your app. Logs can be viewed in a scrolling real time display, or you can select a time range to view historical logs. See Viewing Logs for more details.
Environment controls Displays current values of app properties for an integration app. You can modify values to late-bind new property values for the app, or reset them to their default values. See Configuring App Properties for more details.