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How can I edit group entry or delete group using xml-api?

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Hello.

It is possible to create group and add group entry using XML-API at User-ID. like below.

<uid-message>

<version>1.0</version>

<type>update</type>

<payload>

<groups>

<entry name="group1">

<members>

<entry name="domain\user1"/>

<entry name="domain\user2"/>

</members>

</entry>

</groups>

</payload>

</uid-message>

But I can't find sample xml syntax for editing group entry or deleting group.

Does anyone know how can do it?

Thanks.

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L5 Sessionator

Hello

When providing a User-ID mapping for a login event, logout event, or for groups, the input file format is as shown below.

<uid-message>

     <version>1.0</version>

     <type>update</type>

     <payload>

          <login>

               <entry name="domain\uid1" ip="10.1.1.1" timeout="20">

                    <hip-report>    

                    </hip-report>

               </entry>

          </login>

          <groups>

               <entry name="group1">

                    <members>

                         <entry name="domain\user1"/>    

                         <entry name="domain\user2"/>

                    </members>

               </entry>

               <entry name="group2">

                    <members>

                         <entry name="domain\user3"/>    

                    </members>

               </entry>

           </groups>

     </payload>

</uid-message>

Hope the above syntax helps you!

Regards,

Kunal Adak

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L5 Sessionator

Hello

When providing a User-ID mapping for a login event, logout event, or for groups, the input file format is as shown below.

<uid-message>

     <version>1.0</version>

     <type>update</type>

     <payload>

          <login>

               <entry name="domain\uid1" ip="10.1.1.1" timeout="20">

                    <hip-report>    

                    </hip-report>

               </entry>

          </login>

          <groups>

               <entry name="group1">

                    <members>

                         <entry name="domain\user1"/>    

                         <entry name="domain\user2"/>

                    </members>

               </entry>

               <entry name="group2">

                    <members>

                         <entry name="domain\user3"/>    

                    </members>

               </entry>

           </groups>

     </payload>

</uid-message>

Hope the above syntax helps you!

Regards,

Kunal Adak

Hello.

Pretty good document that I really needed Smiley Happy THanks.

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