Connecting to GraphQL

TerminusDB hosts a GraphQL endpoint at:
SERVERNAME/api/graphql/ORG/DATAPRODUCT
For instance, with a data product named admin/people, and a locally installed TerminusDB, you can query it at:
http://127.0.0.1:6363/api/graphql/admin/people
For TerminuX (TO BE RELEASED) you can use the following URL:
https://cloud.terminusdb.com/ORG/api/graphql/ORG/DATA_PRODUCT
Where ORG is your organization, and DATA_PRODUCT is the name of your data product.

Authentication

Since TerminusDB requires authentication to access data products, you will need to use the authentication method that has been configured for your server.

Basic Auth

Using Basic Auth, the default method in locally installed TerminusDBs, you can supply the Authorization header, with your basic auth. (To generate a Basic Auth string, see Basic Auth Generator).
For example, if you would like to connect to admin/people with the apollo client to download the associated GraphQL schema, simply use:
npx apollo client:download-schema --endpoint=http://127.0.0.1:6363/api/graphql/admin/people schema.graphql --header='Authorization: Basic YWRtaW46cm9vdA=='

TerminusX: COMING SOON!

In TerminusX you can use an API key with the following header.
For instance, with the apollo client, you can download your schema as follows:
npx apollo client:download-schema --endpoint=https://cloud.terminusdb.com/TEAM/api/graphql/TEAM/people schema.graphql --header="Authorization: Token $(cat ~/my_token_file)"
Where my_token_file contains an API token for TerminusX.

GraphiQL

TerminusDB ships with a GraphiQL graphical GraphQL query interface and schema browser. This is a quick way to get acquainted with GraphQL in TerminusDB.
You can reach this browser at:
http://127.0.0.1:6363/api/graphiql/admin/people
You will also need to set your Authorization header in the Header dialog box at the bottom center.
For instance, in the default install, as:
{
"Authorization": "Basic YWRtaW46cm9vdA=="
}