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How to specifcy application when hitting rest/admin/latest/sessions/user?

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I have two applications in my Crowd dashboard.

One called 'crowd' one called 'google-apps'.

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When hitting http://crowd-test.mysite.com/crowd/rest/admin/latest/sessions/user?search=&directoryId= with credentails for my application called 'crowd' I get:

HTTP Status 401 – Unauthorized


Type Status Report

Message Unable to authenticate user as there are no directories mapped to the application google-apps

Description The request has not been applied because it lacks valid authentication credentials for the target resource.

 

Wondering how I can specify my 'crowd' Application as the one to hit instead.

Thanks

 

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Gaurav Atlassian Team Jun 19, 2019

Hi @Aakash Lakhotia ,

You cannot get user sessions for a specific application from the REST API in Crowd.

This REST endpoint can only filter user session on the basis of directory id or search keyword.

 

Thanks,

Gaurav Agarwal

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