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providing output as empty list

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Hi @ananth balasubrmanian,

I am uncertain to what your question / comment is about, however, based on the REST API endpoint provided, I will be elaborating on that and perhaps this will provide you with the information you are looking for.

The endpoint /deploy/project/forPlan?planKey (GET) ( - gets a list of deployment projects for a given build plan, meaning that:

- if you provide a planKey is associated with a deployment, when consuming the endpoint above mentioned, you will be prompted with a list of Deployment(s) in which the given planKey has been associated to:


- if you provide a planKey NOT associated with a deployment, the endpoint mentioned will present you with an empty list


I hope the above clarifies the output given by consuming the REST API endpoint. If not, please come back with more information on what you are looking for and we could continue from there.

Kind regards,


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