How can I retrieve the integration instance configurations through the api?

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How can I retrieve the integration instance configurations through the api?

L0 Member

Hi Team,

I need assistance in retrieving configurations for a specific integration instance to create an incident link. When I use the endpoint /settings/integration/search, it provides a comprehensive list of all integrations along with their source code. However, the response is extensive, and I'm looking to filter the results based on the instance name.

I've experimented with the "query" parameter, but it hasn't yielded the desired outcome. I'm seeking a more efficient way to fetch the configurations of a particular integration instance without having to iterate over the entire list.

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@lordstark,

Unfortunately, when you query the api endpoint /settings/integration/search, the filtering for the view in the UI actually happens in the browser, and thus regardless of the query parameter, the API endpoint will always return all the integrations. 

 

As you mentioned, unfortunately, the only method is to iterate through the list in an automation to filter your results.
Please find below a simple automation that returns a specific integration instance configuration. 

 

 

 

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L2 Linker

@lordstark,

Unfortunately, when you query the api endpoint /settings/integration/search, the filtering for the view in the UI actually happens in the browser, and thus regardless of the query parameter, the API endpoint will always return all the integrations. 

 

As you mentioned, unfortunately, the only method is to iterate through the list in an automation to filter your results.
Please find below a simple automation that returns a specific integration instance configuration. 

 

 

 

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