01-22-2018 07:50 AM - edited 01-22-2018 07:51 AM
Question, is there a (simple) way to check which version of the WAPI is installed by using a REST call?
If not, I will still need to somehow hack together a solution. I'd prefer to not have to use screen scraping of the wapidoc as I would trust that solution least of all to continue to work after an upgrade in the future. Something I could lookup remotely would be best, such as a registry key maybe? Other options welcome. I'm not sure I'd be able to access the registry of the system involved, currently, I only have access to WAPI.
I saw a similar question from 4 years ago, with solutions of screen-scraping and using guessing. I am hoping there has been an update since then. Fingers crossed.
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01-22-2018 08:13 AM
04-12-2018 06:28 AM
This call provides supported versions. How to determine what is installed?
Unknown WAPI version
Guess I can enumerate though the list.
Will that work or is there a simple method to do so?
04-12-2018 11:07 PM - edited 04-12-2018 11:07 PM
The easiest way to find that would be :
From the Infoblox GUI of whatever NIOS version that you’re running on -> Select the ‘Help’ icon from the toolbar -> Select ‘Documentation’ -> Open the ‘WAPI documentation’ -> Search for the keyword ‘The current WAPI version is’.
Looking at the error, i don't think its about the WAPI version. Can you try something like this :
I hope that should get you what you are looking for.
04-18-2018 08:48 AM - edited 04-18-2018 08:49 AM
"Unknown WAPI version"
You should be authorised (loged in) first to see that properly
Hi, I am getting same type error. I want to try connecting to Infoblox dev server via an Python server through API, but it always say unknown API version. Is there anyway to enable the API or verify it is enabled or not ?
Please start a new question with a link to this one?