Before you start consuming data from the API, we ask you to:
Note: After this, you have an account in Gravitee. Don't leave the window, because you need to continue in step 2.
If you wish to delete your user to DMI’s open API-services, please contact us by using the contact form at https://www.dmi.dk/kontakt/frie-data/ Please state that you wish to have your account deleted and specify the email of the user account.
You will receive a confirmation once your account has been deleted. Processing time can be up to 5 working days.
Note: The system might log you automatically in. If this is the case, go to the next step.
If you are not logged automatically in (and you are presented with the screenshot on the right), follow the sub-steps below:
Retrieve your password if you have forgotten your password
This section briefly introduces User Access Management for users of DMI's APIs.
DMI's Open Public Data APIs use Gravitee for User Access Management. Gravitee uses some concepts for handling user access management:
When you use the API, you are a "consumer". Information about the consumer is represented in your user account with the following information:
A consumer application is an intermediate level between a consumer and an API and is used by the consumer to subscribe to that API before being able to consume it. As a consumer, you can have several applications. An application can consume data from different APIs by subscribing to the APIs through a so-called "plan".
An API in Gravitee's terminology refers to an API Service such as for example the Meteorological Observation (metObs) service. There can be several plans for one API, but in most cases, DMI will only have a single plan for one API, since all functionality is free.
Illustration: The model below illustrates the relationship between an "Application", a "Plan" and and API.