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Add CAA Record Using Ansible URI module

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I'm trying to add a CAA recording using Ansible but I don't see a module for this so I'm trying to add the record using the Ansible URI module.  It works when I use postman but fails using Ansible with a Bad Request error.  I have also tried a simple GET from an example from Infoblox and it also fails.  Not sure why.  Here's my code for the simple GET request for a member.

 

- name: Add CAA Record
  hosts: Infoblox
  collections: 
   - infoblox.nios_modules
  connection: local
  gather_facts: false
  vars_files: 
    - defaults/main.yml

  tasks:

    - name: Get object reference of the DNS service
      uri:
        url: https://GRD02NODE1.site/wapi/v2.11.2/member:dns?host_name=dns.net
        user: "{{ nios_provider.username }}"
        password: "{{ nios_provider.password }}"
        validate_certs: no
        return_content: yes
        method: GET
        force_basic_auth: yes
        status_code: 200
      register: content

This is the error:
    "msg": "Status code was 400 and not [200]: HTTP Error 400: Bad Request",
    "redirected": false,
    "referrer_policy": "no-referrer-when-downgrade",
    "status": 400,
    "strict_transport_security": "max-age=31536000; includeSubDomains",
    "url": "https://GRD02NODE1.site/wapi/v2.11.2/member:dns?host_name=dns.net",
    "x_content_type_options": "nosniff",
    "x_frame_options": "SAMEORIGIN",
    "x_xss_protection": "1; mode=block"

 

Re: Add CAA Record Using Ansible URI module

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Posts: 17
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Have you tried specifically setting the accept-header to application/json?, i.e.

 

- name: Get object reference of the DNS service
      uri:
        url: https://GRD02NODE1.site/wapi/v2.11.2/member:dns?host_name=dns.net
        user: "{{ nios_provider.username }}"
        password: "{{ nios_provider.password }}"
        validate_certs: no
        return_content: yes
        method: GET
        headers:
          Accept: application/json
        force_basic_auth: yes
        status_code: 200
      register: content 

 

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