Modify adress group by xml api with POST method

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Modify adress group by xml api with POST method

Hello

 

I'm trying to modify a shared address group bye using xml api and use POST http method

 

url:

https://$url/api/?key=$key&type=config&action=edit&xpath=/config/shared/address-group/entry[@name='GRP-NAME']

header:

Content-Type='text/xml'

body:

<entry name="GRP-NAME">
    <static>
        <member>SRV-10.0.0.32</member>
     <member>172.20.34.101</member>
    </static>
</entry>

 

But when i execute post call with POSTMAN, The response is:

<response status="error" code="12">
    <msg>
        <line>Invalid target object in edit handler</line>
    </msg>
</response>

 

I don't understand why, because if i do:

https://$url/api/?key=$key&type=config&action=get&xpath=/config/shared/address-group/entry[@name='GRP-NAME']

The response is the detail of the group 'GRP-NAME'

 

thanks


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I found the solution:

 

put in url only:

https://$url/api/

 

headers:

 ['Content-Type' => 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded']

 

body:

key=$key&type=config&action=edit&xpath=/config/shared/address-group/entry[@name="GRP-NAME"]&element=<entry name="GRP-NAME"><static><member>namemembers</member</static></entry>'

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I found the solution:

 

put in url only:

https://$url/api/

 

headers:

 ['Content-Type' => 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded']

 

body:

key=$key&type=config&action=edit&xpath=/config/shared/address-group/entry[@name="GRP-NAME"]&element=<entry name="GRP-NAME"><static><member>namemembers</member</static></entry>'

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