Set Object's Incident Conditions

PUT /node/api/objects/:id/incident-conditions

Sets incidents' conditions for an object.

Permissions: objectPermissions & (modify-objects | manage-objects).

Request parameters

Path parameters

Parameter

Type

Description

id

string

required

The ID of an object for which incident conditions should be created.

Response description

The response body is empty.

Examples

Setting incidents' conditions for an object

Given below is an example of a request body containing JSON-encoded incidents' conditions:

body.json
[
{
"condition": { "x": 42 },
"state": 5
}
]

Provided the content is saved in a file named body.json, a request can be done like this:

Bash
NodeJS
Python
Bash
login=<your_login>
password=<your_password>
saymon_hostname=<your_saymon_hostname>
object_id=<your_object_id>
url=https://$saymon_hostname/node/api/objects/$object_id/incident-conditions
curl -X PUT $url -u $login:$password \
-H "Content-Type: application/json" \
--data @/path/to/body.json
NodeJS
const http = require("http");
let login = <your_login>
let password = <your_password>
let saymon_hostname = <your_saymon_hostname>
let object_id = <your_object_id>
let path = "/node/api/objects/" + object_id + "/state-conditions";
let auth = "Basic " + Buffer.from(login + ":" + password).toString("base64");
let options = {
"method": "PUT",
"hostname": saymon_hostname,
"headers": {
"Authorization": auth,
"Content-Type": "application/json"
},
"path": path
};
let req = http.request(options, function (res) {
let chunks = [];
res.on("data", function (chunk) {
chunks.push(chunk);
});
res.on("end", function (chunk) {
let body = Buffer.concat(chunks);
console.log(body.toString());
});
res.on("error", function (error) {
console.error(error);
});
});
let data = JSON.stringify([
{
"condition": { "x": 42 },
"state": 5
}
]);
req.write(data);
req.end();
Python
import requests
import json
login = <your_login>
password = <your_password>
saymon_hostname = <your_saymon_hostname>
object_id = <your_object_id>
url = "https://" + saymon_hostname + "/node/api/objects/" + \
object_id + "/incident-conditions";
with open("/path/to/body.json", "r") as f:
body = json.load(f)
response = requests.request("PUT", url, json=body, auth=(login, password))
print(response.text)