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  • 1.  Get Deployment Requests (Day 2 Actions) between specified timeframe

    Posted Apr 04, 2024 03:29 AM

    Hi 

    I am trying to use the below api request to get any day 2 actions that have been triggered between or even after a specified date.

    /deployment/api/deployments/{deploymentID}/requests?search=createdAt%3D%5B2024-04-01T00%3A00%3A00.000Z%2C2024-04-02T23%3A59%3A00.000Z%5D

     

    Not even sure if this is possible, the swagger docs are not very clear on how to even construct the proper syntax for the search parameter. 

     

     



  • 2.  RE: Get Deployment Requests (Day 2 Actions) between specified timeframe

    Posted May 14, 2024 05:35 AM

    you can get very **** from 'Service broker' use filter option; as API output has limitation in results & didn't workout with me before.

    Or you can extract all this info. from postgresDB, from "catalog-db" from vRA databases list




  • 3.  RE: Get Deployment Requests (Day 2 Actions) between specified timeframe

    Posted May 17, 2024 02:02 AM

    how do you proceed to extract the info ?




  • 4.  RE: Get Deployment Requests (Day 2 Actions) between specified timeframe

    Posted May 29, 2024 10:50 AM

    You can head out to https://www.ultimaforsan.com/logs/2021/2/25/vrealize-automation-8x-delete-resource-from-deployment




  • 5.  RE: Get Deployment Requests (Day 2 Actions) between specified timeframe

    Posted Jun 12, 2024 11:18 AM

    @mayank_goyal
    https://www.ultimaforsan.com/logs/2021/2/25/vrealize-automation-8x-delete-resource-from-deployment

    @Thelemanu
    It's very complicated; as you have to extract output from vRA DB, then store output results in file, then search for this file in which vRA nodes [In case of using vRA HA cluster]; as usually exported DB output won't be on master /active node.

    Then connect to container, search for directory where DB output is stored, then copy to for example "/tmp" directory on vRA node.
    Finally copy to your computer from vRA node