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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Self-Service Integration Guide 10

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Architecture Overview

Architecture Overview

eSight provides a group of Open API interfaces, and third-party developers can call open APIs by httpClient.

HttpClient is a client programming tool package that supports HTTP. HttpClient implements various methods, such as POST, GET, PUT, and DELETE. HttpClient interfaces must support HTTPS because eSight resources can be access only through HTTPS.

HttpClient developed by the Apache Jakarta Common project is based on Java. For its details, see Users can use HttpClient that is based on other languages to call open APIs.

Figure 3-1 shows the Open API architecture.

To invoke the open API, you need to perform URL encoding on parameters in the body of the HTTPS request. For example, when JAVA is used for development, you need to execute, "UTF-8") on the parameters.

Figure 3-1 Open API architecture

FM indicates the fault management system and EAM indicates the element access management module.

Figure 3-2 shows the open API calling process.

Figure 3-2 calling process

Figure 3 open APIs shows open APIs.

Figure 3-3 open APIs
Updated: 2019-10-30

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