The XML API documentation for 7.1, 8.0, 8.1, and 9.0 appears to have an extra closing tag for the <uid-message> object. You can see it on the following pages:
The "User-ID mapping for a login, logout, or groups." action has the following listed for the XML:
<uid-message> <version>1.0</version> <type>update</type> <payload> <login> <entry name="domain\uid1" ip="10.1.1.1" timeout="20"> </entry> </login> <groups> <entry name="group1"> <members> <entry name="user1"/> <entry name="user2"/> </members> </entry> <entry name="group2"> <members> <entry name="user3"/> </members> </entry> </groups> </payload> </uid-message></uid-message>
Note the second closing </uid-message> tag. Is that a documentation bug, or do you really need to send the closing tag twice?
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