Step 2: Deploy the API proxy

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After creating a new proxy, you must deploy it so that you can try it out. This section describes how to deploy your new proxy using the Apigee UI.

To deploy an API proxy in the Apigee UI:

  1. In the Apigee UI, select Develop > API Proxies.

    Be sure the "test" environment is selected.

    The UI displays your new proxy in the proxies list:

  2. Click on the "myproxy" proxy.

    The UI displays the API Proxies Overview tab for that proxy.

    Notice that under Deployments, the Revision column shows "Not deployed".

  3. In the Revision column, expand the drop-down selector to choose the revision to deploy.

    The drop down list displays only "1" and "Undeploy":

  4. Select "1"—the revision that you want to deploy—from the drop down list.

    The UI prompts you to confirm the deployment:

  5. Click Deploy.

    Apigee begins the process of deploying revision 1 of your new proxy.

    Note that deployment is not an instantaneous process. Apigee's "eventually consistent" deployment model means that a new deployment will be rolled out over a short period of time and not immediately.

The next step explains how to call the API proxy you just deployed.

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