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"commit-all" API failed to push to firewall

L3 Networker

Hi 

 

We are encountering issues with the "commit-all" API. The changes and configurations are in "commit list" then we tried to hit API commit-all, There is nothing happen in "commit list". The logs indicate a successful operation but in the error tags. 

 

We expect "commit-all" API can push all configurations in commit list to firewall because in Ver. 9.2 it was capable of pushing configurations to firewall. Is there an error in the configuration of the API we are using? Or could you provide us with recommendations for a suitable "commit-all" API configuration? Or we might have misunderstanding regarding the "commit-all" API?

 

We have already tried using the commit-all API documentation, but we are still facing difficulties.  below the API configuration details:

 

API: 

curl -k -X GET 'https://xxxxxxx/api/?type=commit&action=all&cmd=<commit-all><shared-policy><device-group><entry name="xxxxxxxxx"><devices> <entry name="xxxxxxxxx"><vsys><member>vsys15</member></vsys></entry> <entry name="xxxxxxxxx"><vsys><member>vsys15</member></vsys></entry> </devices></entry></device-group><include-template>no</include-template></shared-policy></commit-all>&key=LUFRPT1JajZjeFc3a1Q2RnJØNØJRZzdØKzVEV2EzcnM9ZkViUORrYUNyUFBIdzNCdj1ETXdCaXFLNFJwdkI151pyUVAzakF2cQ=="

 

CMD:

<commit-all>

      <shared-policy>

            <device-group>

                  <entry name="xxxxxxxxx">

                        <devices>

                              <entry name="xxxxxxx">

                                    <vsys>

                                          <member>vsys15</member>

                                    </vsys>

                              </entry>

                              <entry name="xxxxxxxx">

                                    <vsys>

                                          <member>vsys15</member>

                                    </vsys>

                              </entry>

                        </devices>

                  </entry>

            </device-group>

            <include-template>

                  no

            </include-template>

      </shared-policy>

</commit-all>

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