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Luis_Miguel_Mig
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gaia api run-script

api command show-licenses shows you the licenses, but is there any way to get the contract coverage via the api?

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Amir_Senn
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It doesn't bring it as part of the answer at the moment but I found a work around to succeed in getting the contract.

Instead of using "show-licenses" I use "run-script" and the script I'm running is "cplic print".

The answer is only task-id but then you can run "show-task" and you will get the whole output of cplic print command in base64.

After quick decode you will have licenses + contract.

 

Kind regards, Amir Senn

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PhoneBoy
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To use run-script, you have to have full admin rights.
I believe this applies to both the Management and Gaia API.

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the_rock
Legend
Legend

I dont know how that command worked for you. I tried in on 3 different mgmt servers, all R81.20 jumbo 38 and no luck.

Andy

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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

yeah, this works for me "https://$fwhost/gaia_api/v1.6/show-licenses" but I only get the licenses.

I would like to get the "contracts" information that you get when you run "cplic print"

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the_rock
Legend
Legend

Would you mind sharing exact command you ran? I tried mgmt_cli show-licenses and its not working

Andy

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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

I am not using mgmt_cli, it is just a http request https://host/gaia_api/v1.6/show-licenses>
My original question: Is it possible to get the contract information via api request?

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

It doesn't bring it as part of the answer at the moment but I found a work around to succeed in getting the contract.

Instead of using "show-licenses" I use "run-script" and the script I'm running is "cplic print".

The answer is only task-id but then you can run "show-task" and you will get the whole output of cplic print command in base64.

After quick decode you will have licenses + contract.

 

Kind regards, Amir Senn
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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

Do I need anything special in terms of authorization to run-scripts?
I don't have any issue to run query commands through the api via web or mgmt_cli with a monitor user.

However I get this error when I try to run-script and then try to see the task-details output even if I configure the user as adminRole.
No issue If I try with the admin user


mgmt_cli run-script script "show version" --context gaia_api
Username: userapi
Password:
code: generic_err_no_permissions
errors: User doesn't have permission to perform this action
message: No Permission


add rba user userapi roles adminRole
mgmt_cli run-script script "show version" --context gaia_api
Username: userapi
Password:
task-id: 83f4a31d-94a0-4bd2-a83f-bbfb7f7985bc

mgmt_cli show task task-id "83f4a31d-94a0-4bd2-a83f-bbfb7f7985bc" --context gaia_api
Username: userapi
Password:
tasks:
- execution-time: '0.02'
last-update-time: 2023-12-27T16:03+0.00.0
progress-description: succeeded
progress-percentage: 100
start-time: 2023-12-27T16:03+0.00.0
status: succeeded
status-code: 200
task-details:
- error: L2Jpbi9zaDogL3Jlc3RfYXBpLy9ydW5TY3JpcHRUZW1wLnNoLTgzZjRhMzFkLTk0YTAtNGJkMi1hODNmLWJiZmI3Zjc5ODViYzogUGVybWlzc2lvbiBkZW5pZWQ=
output: ''
return-value: 126
task-id: 83f4a31d-94a0-4bd2-a83f-bbfb7f7985bc
task-name: /run-script
time-spent-in-queue: '0.26'




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Amir_Senn
Employee
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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

I had only tried with  gaia api v1.6 and v1.7 and I got the error I reported

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PhoneBoy
Admin
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To use run-script, you have to have full admin rights.
I believe this applies to both the Management and Gaia API.

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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

I got the error with gaia api and full admin rigthts

add rba user userapi roles adminRole

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

a. Please make sure you ran gaia_api access --user <admin>--enable true

b. I noticed this works only when the UID of the user is 0, and not between 103 and 65533.

Kind regards, Amir Senn
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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

Thanks Amir,
a. yeah, It was already configured, I have never had any issue with readonly type of api queries
b.  I have set uid to 0 and now I get a different error

[Expert@dc1fwo2a:0]# mgmt_cli show task task-id "c50b12b9-db35-4f2e-80ad-6223b4b2e237" --context gaia_api
Username: userapi
Password:
tasks:
- execution-time: '0.03'
last-update-time: 2023-12-28T10:26+0.00.0
progress-description: succeeded
progress-percentage: 100
start-time: 2023-12-28T10:26+0.00.0
status: succeeded
status-code: 200
task-details:
- error: c2hvdzogY29tbWFuZCBub3QgZm91bmQ=
output: ''
return-value: 127
task-id: c50b12b9-db35-4f2e-80ad-6223b4b2e237
task-name: /run-script
time-spent-in-queue: '0.21'

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

Use this syntax:

mgmt_cli run-script script "cplic print" --context gaia_api

Kind regards, Amir Senn
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the_rock
Legend
Legend

Hey Amir,

I just tested that command in my mgmt R81.20 jumbo 41 lab and got below, not sure if that looks right?

Best,

Andy

 

[Expert@CP-management:0]# mgmt_cli run-script script "cplic print" --context gaia_api
Username: admin
Password:
task-id: 8d6634bc-86b4-48d1-90cc-2cc5f0f8bc06

[Expert@CP-management:0]#

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the_rock
Legend
Legend

Never mind, appears its good based on the task ID

Best,

Andy

 

[Expert@CP-management:0]# mgmt_cli run-script script "cplic print" --context gaia_api
Username: admin
Password:
task-id: 8d6634bc-86b4-48d1-90cc-2cc5f0f8bc06

[Expert@CP-management:0]# ^C
[Expert@CP-management:0]# mgmt_cli show task task-id "8d6634bc-86b4-48d1-90cc-2cc5f0f8bc06" --context gaia_api
Username: admin
Password:
tasks:
- execution-time: '0.21'
last-update-time: 2023-12-28T08:22+19.00.0
progress-description: succeeded
progress-percentage: 100
start-time: 2023-12-28T08:22+19.00.0
status: succeeded
status-code: 200
task-details:
- error: ''
output: 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
return-value: 0
task-id: 8d6634bc-86b4-48d1-90cc-2cc5f0f8bc06
task-name: /run-script
time-spent-in-queue: '0.26'

[Expert@CP-management:0]#

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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

Sure, no problem with the admin user

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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

That is the syntax I use and that is how I get the error I reported

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

From earlier comments I saw you used this:
"mgmt_cli run-script script "show version" --context gaia_api"

If we translate error field output from base64 we get: "show: command not found"

If you fixed the syntax, please send new syntax + response and I'll try to figure out further.

Kind regards, Amir Senn
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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

Ah, okay. Yeah, you are right. So if the uid = 0, it works. 
So in the end this user has a User ID of 0, and therefore has all of the privileges of a root user.

It would be nice if the output of "cplic print" was in the api directly and therefore we didn't need to run a query with full admin rights.

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Amir_Senn
Employee
Employee

Based on this post I created an improvement request and if nothing goes wrong I think it will be implemented in one of upcoming versions.

Kind regards, Amir Senn
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Luis_Miguel_Mig
Advisor

Thanks very much Amir
What main version do you think? I guess no R80.40, right?
Is there any way to know more details of this improvement and track it maybe in the release notes? Does it have an ID or something?

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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin

By upcoming, it will likely mean a future (unreleased) version.
The next major release is R82. 

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