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Find "Active Schedule" of a User via CUPI

istibekesi
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I'm trying to figure out how the "user" and the it's "active schedule" are linked together?

Opening the user admin page, I can see a dropdown list for the user: "Active Schedule". The source of this dropdown seems to hold "Schedule Set" objects, rest endpoint /vmrest/schedulesets

Within "schedulesets" I can list one of them, and see the "schedulesetmembers":
1. GET /vmrest/schedulesets
2. GET /vmrest/schedulesets/f42370a8-4921-4453-bfd6-49edc3879d41
3. GET /vmrest/schedulesets/f42370a8-4921-4453-bfd6-49edc3879d41/schedulesetmembers/27265961-e229-475a-b7f3-fb2295a34552

This last response holds more links to schedule objects, one of them:
4. GET /vmrest/schedules/27265961-e229-475a-b7f3-fb2295a34552c

This item is actually mapped to a user's SynchScheduleObjectId.
5. GET /vmrest/users/eddc5c3a-699c-4666-9e7b-89197fdf590c


This is already pretty difficult, but my real the other way round seems even more complicated.

So, my question is: How can I retrieve the "Active Schedule" for an existing Unity user via CUPI API?

(Input: user object id, how to get output: schedule set object id?)

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istibekesi
Beginner
Beginner

Meanwhile I've figured it out.

1. GET /vmrest/users/<user-object-id>

Response User object's : SynchScheduleObjectId is not the "Active Schedule", as I assumed before.

Instead, I can get "Active Schedule" value through the corresponding call handler:

1. GET /vmrest/users/<user-object-id>

Follow response User objec's: CallHandlerObjectId

2. GET /vmrest/handlers/callhandlers/<callhandler-object-id>
Follow response CallHandler object's: ScheduleSetObjectId

3. GET /vmrest/schedulesets/<scheduleset-object-id>
Returns the desired Schedule Set

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