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Orchestrator API Guide
Last updated Nov 10, 2023

Managing Logical Resources

About the Response and Request Schema

To view the response and request schema click the Expand Operations button next to the resource you are interested in.



In the Response Class section, you can view the entire model of the resource along with explanations about how to populate parameters, or an example of how the information you have requested can look like.

The Parameters section contains all the available parameters supported by the selected resource, along with a short explanation. Additionally, all the supported parameters can be populated with information so that you can actually try the Orchestrator API as you read the documentation.

Listing Operations

To view all the operations available for a specific resource, click the List Operations button next to the resource of interest.



Using the Response Model to Build Request Parameters

The response model of any resource is there to help you understand its structure and how to use it in future requests. It has the following anatomy:

  • The main entity or Dto (data transfer object) and its properties. For each property, the following information is displayed:

    • the accepted value type, written in parenthesis;
    • required or optional - optional parameters are marked as such;
    • an explanation regarding the parameter and the maximum accepted values.
  • The second level entity - only displayed if the main entity contains a resource as a parameter; Please note that there can be multiple second level entities, depending on the main resource.

The total number of resource levels depends on the main entity. For example, RobotDto has three levels, while EnvironmentsDto has two.



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