Using the Veracode API Wrappers

Veracode APIs

Veracode provides API wrappers for Java and C# to simplify the integration of the Veracode APIs.

API wrappers are language-specific kits or packages that wrap sets of API calls into easy-to-use functions. The wrapper programmatically calls multiple API calls without requiring user interaction, further automating projects.

The Veracode API wrappers are Veracode-developed CLI programs that can communicate with the Veracode XML APIs accelerating the integration of theVeracode XML APIs in your Software Development Life Cycle. The CLI programs are available in both C# and Java versions. The wrapper manages the details of network connections, parameters, and interfaces so that you can focus on using the objects to integrate Veracode into your code. The content of the wrappers is commonly used as library or command-line tools. Ensure you access the APIs with the domain for your region.

Veracode reserves the right to apply API rate limiting to any account that exceeds the allowed number of API requests within a specific period.

Note: Veracode APIs and integrations require access to and Contact your IT team to ensure these domains are on the allowlist for your organization and that there is one-way communication on port 443 to Refer to the complete list of domains and IP addresses to add to your allowlist.
Veracode provides API wrappers for these languages:
Note: The Veracode XML APIs and the wrappers use a different syntax. For the wrappers, the parameter names omit the underscores, the parameter values omit spaces, and some parameters use different names. For example, the parameter app_id in the API is appid in the wrapper and the parameter value Very High in the API is VeryHigh in the wrapper. The parameter business_criticality in the API is criticality in the wrapper. The syntax is not interchangeable and using the wrong syntax causes your command to fail. To ensure you are using the correct syntax, see the documentation provided in the Help directory for each wrapper.