0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 28, 2018 4:39 AM by amine.bousnina

    Jive API version 3 revision 100

    amine.bousnina

      Morgan Stanley has the following concern

      /api/version returns the following:

       

      {

        "jiveVersion" : "9.0.1.0 ",

        "jiveCoreVersions" : [ {

        "version" : 2,

        "revision" : 3,

        "uri" : "/api/core/v2",

        "documentation" : "https://developers.jivesoftware.com/api/v2/rest"

        }, {

        "version" : 3,

        "revision" : 100,

        "uri" : "/api/core/v3",

        "documentation" : "https://developers.jivesoftware.com/api/v3/rest"

        } ],

        "instanceURL" : "http://jive.ms.com",

        "ssoEnabled" : [ "saml" ],

        "jiveEdition" : {

        "product" : "on-prem",

        "tier" : 0

        }

      }

      They have been asked by some teams integrating with Jive if this revision 100 is a valid revision.Indeed, the v3 documentation seems to specify numbers lower than that.

      What is this revision 100?

      Any documentation on this?

      Is there any rationale with these API revision numbers? How logical is it to have 3.100 in 9.0.1.0 and 3.11 in 9.0.4.0?

      I guess you will probably not know the answer but this looks pretty weird to me.

      cc Patrick Teti