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Importing group administrators into Crowd Datacenter

Hi,

 

I'm trying to add group adninistrators to Crowd Datacenter using this REST API call:

https://docs.atlassian.com/atlassian-crowd/3.4.4/REST/#admin/1.0/group-level-admin-addGroupAdministrators

I'm not actually sure how to get the GroupId parameter for a certain group via the REST API, but assuming it to be the id column of the cwd_group table, I tried this:

CWD_GROUP_ID="5866320"

### GET /rest/admin/1.0/group-level-admin/{groupId}/admins
curl -X GET -u ${CWD_CRED} -H "Accept: application/json" "${CWD_BASE_URL}/rest/admin/1.0/group-level-admin/${CWD_GROUP_ID}/admins"

However, since I get no response from that command, I tried using PostMan, which reveals that this request yields a 404.

Does anyone have a working example of how to get / add group admins via the Crowd DC REST API?

 

Thanks,

 Robert

 

 

1 answer

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Hi! 

as I see you use the GET request instead of POST. 

curl -X GET  

also, don't forget about payload. 

 

also, you can  use the dev tools from your borwser for double check through browser activity

https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/network/reference

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