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Andreas Falk
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ers api filter on custom attributes?

Hi,


We are working on a webui to manage our mab endpoints.
We use:

"customAttributes": {

  "customAttributes": {

    "hostName": "uffepuffe",

    "modifyTime": "1508960991",

    "adminUser": "admin",

    "createTime": "1508960991",

    "ipAddress": "1.2.3.4"

  }

}

We tried to use ipAddress as a filter in the ers, but no cigarr.
Isn't it possible to search for customAttributes in the ers api?

Can someone confirm or deny the this?

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Regards Falk

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Craig Hyps
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It is correct that you cannot filter based on custom attributes. Supported filters include portalUser, staticProfileAssignment, profileId, profile, groupId, staticGroupAssignment, and mac which are part of the core set of attributes.

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Craig Hyps
Advocate

It is correct that you cannot filter based on custom attributes. Supported filters include portalUser, staticProfileAssignment, profileId, profile, groupId, staticGroupAssignment, and mac which are part of the core set of attributes.

Hi thanks for the fast answer.


Well then that ideas flies out the window
So next up renew our ldap installation or start over with postgresql.

You could fetch all endpoints and attributes but agree this is not a scalable way to manage objects for your use case, ie fetch via  specific attribute using API.  You could certainly view and filter and sort from Context Visibility but there is no option via UI to make attribute changes en masse, if that was the goal.

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