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# Visitor Prioritization API V1
The Visitor Prioritization API enables you to manage your Visitor Prioritization policy.
# Group Policy Commands
<a name="policy-cmd"></a>
[Click here](#properties) for the list of Policy properties.
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name: "Data Structures API"
description: "Following [Advanced Attributes](, this example demonstrates defining arbitrary data structure to be reused by various attribute descriptions. \n\nSince a portion of the `Coupon` data structure is shared between the `Coupon` definition itself and the `Create a Coupon` action, it was separated into a `Coupon Base` data structure in the `Data Strucutes` API Blueprint Section. Doing so enables us to reuse it as a base-type of other attribute definitions.\n\n## API Blueprint\n\n+ [Previous: Advanced Attributes](\n\n+ [This: Raw API Blueprint](\n\n+ [Next: Resource Model](\
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# Advanced Attributes API
Improving the previous [Attributes]( description example, this API example describes the `Coupon` resource attributes (data structure) regardless of the serialization format. These attributes can be later referenced using the resource name
These attributes are then reused in the `Retrieve a Coupon` action. Since they describe the complete message, no explicit JSON body example is needed.
Moving forward, the `Coupon` resource data structure is then reused when defining the attributes of the coupons collection resource – `Coupons`.
The `Create a Coupon` action also demonstrate the description of request attributes – once defined, these attributes are implied on every `Create a Coupon` request unless the request specifies otherwise. Apparently, the description of action attributes is somewhat duplicate to the definition of `Coupon` resource attributes. We will address this in the next [Data Structures]( example.
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value: "1A"
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value: "https://BASE_URL/"
name: "MSON demo"
description: "# Converted to MSON and Attributes\n\nThis is an API.\n\n### GET\n\nConverted to MSON and Attributes\n\n+ Response 200 (application/json)\n\n + Attributes (object)\n + month (number) - The month we want to fetch data for.\n + Values\n + `1`\n + `2`\n + `3`\n + `4`\n + `5`\n + `6`\n + `7`\n + `8`\n + `9`\n + `10`\n + `11`\n + `12`\n + year (number) - The year we want to fetch data for.\n + reportSourceId (string)\n\n The report source ID, as returned by the reportSources service.\n\n + reportSourceType (string)\n\n The report source type, as returned by the reportSources service.\n\n + statisticType (string)\n\
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require 'jekyll'
require 'rmultimarkdown'
class Jekyll::Converters::Markdown::RpegMultiMarkdownParser
def initialize(config)
@site_config = config
def convert(content)
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> jekyll build --trace
Configuration file: /Users/Shared/AkStash/open-deployment/_config.yml
Deprecation: The 'pygments' configuration option has been renamed to 'highlighter'. Please update your config file accordingly. The allowed values are 'rouge', 'pygments' or null.
Source: /Users/Shared/AkStash/open-deployment
Destination: /Users/Shared/AkStash/open-deployment/_site
Liquid Exception: incompatible character encodings: UTF-8 and ASCII-8BIT in _includes/themes/bootstrap-3/default.html, included in _layouts/page.html
/Users/jrepenni/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.1.2@open-deployment/gems/jekyll-2.1.1/lib/jekyll/tags/include.rb:114:in `rescue in render': incompatible character encodings: UTF-8 and ASCII-8BIT (Jekyll::Tags::IncludeTagError)
from /Users/jrepenni/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.1.2@open-deployment/gems/jekyll-2.1.1/lib/jekyll/tags/include.rb:106:in `render'
from /Users/jrepenni/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.1.2@open-deployment/gems/liquid-2.6.1/lib/liquid/block.rb:109:in `block in ren
View update_attributes.rb
# Activate the gem you are reporting the issue against.
gem 'activerecord', '4.0.2'
require 'active_record'
require 'minitest/autorun'
require 'logger'
# Ensure backward compatibility with Minitest 4
Minitest::Test = MiniTest::Unit::TestCase unless defined?(Minitest::Test)
# This connection will do for database-independent bug reports.
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Rails::version => "4.0.2"
ruby --version => ruby 2.1.0p0 (2013-12-25 revision 44422) [x86_64-darwin12.0]
mysql2 (0.3.16)
MySQL 5.5.35-0ubuntu0.12.04.2
Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS
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# Existing requests (all working):
POST /1/organizations => creates a new Organization
GET /1/organizations => show Organizations
GET /1/organizations/13 => show Organizations[13]
# and so on.
# Current routes.rb:
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# I'm trying to add HTTP BasicAuth to an existing Rails API (not app - no pages or views).
# At
# (and a thousand or so other places)
# I find that it's easy to test this:
describe SourcesController do
describe "#index" do
before :each do