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Built-in Services

Platform 6 comes with a large set of built-in services that can be leveraged to create enterprise-class transactional applications in general, and blockchain-based decentralized applications in particular.
All services are exposed through a REST API, enabling easy integration with Platform 6, for example to develop a custom user interface on top of it.
Communication between services is performed through the Common Message Bus (P6 CMB).

Available services

  • Applications: manage applications (install/uninstall applications, package applications)
  • Bundled Resources: handle resources to be included on a P6 application
  • Configuration: manage application configuration
  • Counters: manage queries that can be run on Transactions and Routing Orders
  • Data Models: store XML schemas to validate the structure of XML files
  • Email Profiles: create and edit the email profiles
  • Frames: create and visualize inline frames to be included in dashboards in Home Pages
  • Home Pages: configure Home Pages combining Counters, Reports and Frames
  • Organizations: manage an organization tree structure and assign users to nodes
  • Reports: design graphical Reports that can be included in Home Pages
  • Routes: create and manage Routes
  • Routing Orders: manage Routing Orders
  • Scripts: develop and execute Scripts
  • Stored Procedures: write and execute SQL queries
  • Stripe Payments: charge customers online
  • Tables: create and edit Tables, manage data stored in Tables (add,edit,delete records)
  • Transactions: search, display, delete, edit and reprocess Transactions
  • User Administration: manage users, permission sets, integrations and SSO connections
  • Views: configure the display of the Transactions and the Workflow Tasks screens
  • Workflow Steps: create and edit Workflow Steps defining actions offered to Assignees and subsequent processing


You can download the OpenAPI-compliant P6 API specification file from your Platform 6 instance from http://YourInstanceURL/p6/openapi. Then you can open it in Swagger Editor (File / Import file) or with the Postman app.