WooCommerce API Manager

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  • It is good practice to update the PHP version before the end-of-life where that version is no longer supported even with security fixes. See current supported PHP versions.
  • When upgrading from API Manager pre 2.0 to 2.0 or greater, the data is migrated to custom database tables and the old data is deleted. There is no ability to rollback, or downgrade, to the older version. Test first, backup, and be prepared before upgrading.
  • OpenSSL should be kept up-to-date.
  • An HTTPS connection to your store is highly recommended.
  • The AUTH_KEY and NONCE_SALT constants that should exist in wp-config.php are used by the API Manager for advanced encryption. If these constants are absent go to https://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/salt/ and add those keys to wp-config.php.
  • In wp-config.php define( WP_DEBUG’, false ); If debug displays errors on a live production site it will break API requests.
  • Do not cache query strings, since query strings are used in API requests, and must always be unique, not cached copies of previous requests or the API requests will break.
  • NEVER cache the home page URL, since that is where the APIs listen for requests. If the home page URL is cached, the APIs will break if the query string requests are also cached. POST and GET requests should never be cached.
  • Be careful with firewalls, since they can break API requests.
  • CloudFlare may cache query strings, so check the settings.
  • DO NOT DELETE PRODUCTS if the API checkbox has been selected. Once a product has been selected to be used as an API product, that product ID will become the product_id (an integer) used by the API Manager to identify that product going forward. Deleting the product will break all client API requests for that product.
  • If a product is duplicated, make sure the API information is unique to the newly created product.
  • As of version 2.1, the API Manager authenticates with Amazon S3 using AWS Signature Version 4.
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Last Update: September 17, 2022
Released: September 28, 2021
Version: 2.4.5