POST Method

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    The POST HTTP method can be used in two different ways:

    Post a New Resource

    All requests that create a new resource require a request body. The body must contain properties for this resource. For example, to create a new location, send the following request:

    Request:

    POST https://<hostname>:1280/api/v3/organizations/locations

     

    Request Header:

    Content-Type: application/json

    Authorization: Bearer <Access-Token>

     

    Request Body:

    {

       "organizationUid": "89d3b0c2-529f-4d51-988a-d8ae92f3259b",

       "name": "Default location",

       "quotaGb": 10,

       "isDefault": false

    }

    Post an Action

    Requests that perform an action do not require a request body. For example, to undo a failover plan, send the following request:

    Request:

    POST https://<hostname>:1280/api/v3/failoverPlans/{planUid}/undo

     

    Request Header:

    Content-Type: application/json

    Authorization: Bearer <Access-Token>

    In case of success, the POST HTTP method returns the 200 OK response code.

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