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