When I try to delete a user through the API, I get an error like:
Please remove it from schedules: [My Test Schedule]'
how can I delete a user from the schedule through the API?
p. s. I am trying to automate the issuance of access, the user may have many schedules
Earlier, he also wrote that you need to remove a user from the team, but it was not difficult here, I easily found a way in the documentation https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/team-member-api#remove-team-member
Hi @Mikhail ,
You can find the user's schedules by first running a GET to list all users, and grab the user's ID that needs to be removed from any schedules: https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/user-api#list-user
Then list the user's schedules using this API call: https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/user-api#list-user-schedules
From here, you'd have to run a GET on the schedules to show what rotation(s) the user is a participant in: https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/schedule-api#get-schedule
Following that - run a GET on that schedule's rotation to grab the body of the request: https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/schedule-rotation-api#get-schedule-rotation
And finally, run a PATCH using the body from the previous request to update the rotation / schedule - and remove the user as a participant: https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/schedule-rotation-api#update-schedule-rotation-partial
NOTE - when a user is removed from a rotation, that rotation will be rebuilt with the remaining users from the Stars On date set on the rotation. This could adjust who is currently on-call in a schedule. So in the PATCH or a following one, you may also need to update the rotation's Starts On date to reflect who should be on-call.
Hope this helps! Let us know if you have any questions or issues.
While Nick's answer is technically correct, I would suggest to first by first starting to remove the user from all teams.
For some reason, when a user is a member of a team, it also says they are a member of the schedule and escalation policy of that team as well, even if they aren't physically in a rotation or escalation policy.
The endpoints needed for this are:
After removing the Team membership, then I would proceed as Nick suggested.
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