prime 3.3 API update calls failing with internal server error
I'd appreciate if anyone can share some minimal sample code that they have got to work against the 3.3 API to update virtual domain information. I must be missing a crucial part of the process.
We’ve been working on allowing our end users to do as much as possible themselves, and as part of this, we have been allocating access points to virtual domains in Prime (3.3.0).
We currently auto provision them, but I’ve been trying to use the Prime API to then add them to the appropriate virtual domain.
I’ve used a Ruby script to list all the AP’s with a certain pattern (eg starting with xxx_), then listing all the AP’s in the XXX virtual domain, and getting a list of the differences. This works ok (using a GET via the API). However when I try to add the ID’s of the "missing" AP's to the Virtual domain I get a ‘500 Internal Server Error’.
I simplified the PUT to try to just update the string ‘description’ for the domain, but with the same result. (Have tried Ruby, Shell, and Postman).
I have tried using various combinations of authentication, ie. full admin, domain "admin".
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