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Generate graphs from your configuration

The krakend.json file whether it is a single file or the result of using the flexible configuration, it might be a complex file. A generated image of the configuration might help you understand better the running configuration.

The config2dot generator will generate internally an intermediate DOT dile to immediately render it to a png image.

The following image illustrates an example of a KrakenD configuration:

Postman collections

Generating the Postman collection

The command needed to generate the Postman collection is krakend generate postman:

Command to start KrakenD 
$krakend generate config2dot -h 
╓▄█                          ▄▄▌                               ╓██████▄µ 
▐███  ▄███╨▐███▄██H╗██████▄  ║██▌ ,▄███╨ ▄██████▄  ▓██▌█████▄  ███▀╙╙▀▀███╕ 
▐███▄███▀  ▐█████▀"╙▀▀"╙▀███ ║███▄███┘  ███▀""▀███ ████▀╙▀███H ███     ╙███ 
▐██████▌   ▐███⌐  ,▄████████M║██████▄  ║██████████M███▌   ███H ███     ,███ 
▐███╨▀███µ ▐███   ███▌  ,███M║███╙▀███  ███▄```▄▄` ███▌   ███H ███,,,╓▄███▀ 
▐███  ╙███▄▐███   ╙█████████M║██▌  ╙███▄`▀███████╨ ███▌   ███H █████████▀ 
                     ``                     `'` 
Version: v1.3.0 
Generates a DOT graph from your KrakenD configuration. 
Usage: 
  krakend generate config2dot [flags] 
Examples: 
krakend generate config2dot -c config.json -o config.png 
Flags: 
  -h, --help   help for config2dot 
Global Flags: 
  -c, --config string   Path to the configuration filename 
  -d, --debug           Enable the debug 
  -o, --out string      Path to the generated result. (default "out.json") 

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