Security Controls REST API
Welcome to the Ivanti Security Controls REST API
This help system provides information to help you get started using the REST API feature in Ivanti Security Controls.
The API feature provides a simple RESTful interface with lightweight JSON-formatted responses that enables you to read and write data to/from the program. The feature allows you to automate many of your day-to-day operations, saving you considerable time and effort. The REST API allows you to fully integrate Ivanti Security Controls into your orchestration and automation systems.
The console machine will only respond to REST API requests that include proper authentication credentials.
Each resource collection in this RESTful API is identified by a unique URL. For example:
<consoleFQDN:port> is unique for each installation and represents the hostname of your console machine, your domain name and the port used to access the console. For example: mymachine.somedomain.com:3121.
v1.0 is the version specifier and must be present. When significant changes are made to the API (changes that would break compatibility with existing applications), this value will change.
Standard HTTP/HTTPS methods are used to denote actions against a resource.
•GET: Reads a resource
•POST: Creates a new resource
•PUT: Updates an entire resource
•PATCH: Updates a portion of a resource
•DELETE: Deletes a resource
Any web programming language (PowerShell, C++, Ruby, Python, C#, Java, etc.) can make and receive HTTP/HTTPS networking calls.
Always use a PUT when working with an existing resource. You will likely receive an error if you use a POST in an attempt to add a resource that already exists.
Standard Response Codes
Conventional HTTP/HTTPS response codes are used to indicate the success or failure of an API request.
•2xx range codes indicate success
•200: Success code
•204: Success code, no content. Used when there is no response body returned from the server.
•4xx range codes indicate an error that resulted from the caller-provided information (e.g. a required parameter was missing, a charge failed, etc.)
•5xx range codes indicate an error with the server
Errors are returned using standard HTTP/HTTPS error code syntax. Any additional information is included in the body of the return call in a JSON format.
You can specify how errors will be handled by adding an ErrorPolicy parameter to the body input of applicable requests.
•ErrorPolicy=Throw means the entire request will be rejected
•ErrorPolicy=Omit means the problem area will be omitted but the rest of the request will be completed. Omit is the default value.
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