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Delete CMDB Device(s)

This POST API enables you to delete one or more CMDB devices by specifying device IDs. The list of device ids can be obtained via the Get CMDB Device List API.

Release Added 6.5.0
Input URL

https://<FSM-IP>/phoenix/rest/device/list/delete

Input Credentials User name and password of Supervisor account, or Organization specific user name and password, Organization name.
HTTP Method POST
Request Body

The request body should be a JSON with a list of device ids. Note that the list of device ids can be obtained via the Get CMDB Device List API.

Input JSON array format: [id1, id2]

Request Body example:

[id1, id2]

Output

When the request succeeds (HTTP response code 200), a JSON object is returned. It contains the list of device ids that were successfully deleted and the list of device ids for which delete failed.

Sample JSON follows.

{
  "success": "[968352]",
  "failed": "[968351,968353]"

Delete CMDB Device(s)

This POST API enables you to delete one or more CMDB devices by specifying device IDs. The list of device ids can be obtained via the Get CMDB Device List API.

Release Added 6.5.0
Input URL

https://<FSM-IP>/phoenix/rest/device/list/delete

Input Credentials User name and password of Supervisor account, or Organization specific user name and password, Organization name.
HTTP Method POST
Request Body

The request body should be a JSON with a list of device ids. Note that the list of device ids can be obtained via the Get CMDB Device List API.

Input JSON array format: [id1, id2]

Request Body example:

[id1, id2]

Output

When the request succeeds (HTTP response code 200), a JSON object is returned. It contains the list of device ids that were successfully deleted and the list of device ids for which delete failed.

Sample JSON follows.

{
  "success": "[968352]",
  "failed": "[968351,968353]"