Use the Administrator tool to enable, disable, or recycle the REST Operations Hub Service. You can enable, disable, and recycle the service from the Actions menu. You can disable a REST Operations Hub Service to perform maintenance or to temporarily restrict users from accessing the REST services. Enable a disabled REST Operations Hub Service to make it available again. Default is disabled.
If you enable the service but it fails to start, review the logs for the REST Operations Hub Service to determine the reason for the failure. After you resolve the problem, you must disable and then enable the REST Operations Hub Service to start it again.
When you disable a REST Operations Hub Service, you must choose the mode to disable it in. You can choose one of the following modes:
Stop. Stops all web enabled workflows and disables the REST Operations Hub Service.
Abort. Aborts all web-enabled workflows immediately and disables the REST Operations Hub.
By default, when you restart a REST Operations Hub Service, the disable mode is Stop.
Optionally, you can choose to specify whether the action is planned or unplanned, and enter comments about the action. If you complete these options, then the information appears in the service Events and Command History panels in the Domain view on the Manage tab.
To enable the service, select the service in the Domain Navigator and click
Enable the Service
To disable the service, select the service in the Domain Navigator and click
Disable the Service
To enable or disable the service, you can also use the
command line program.