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Occasional Contributor I

Can API Set Methods Apply Changes Directly?

I am attempting to use the Aruba OS 8.2 API to create a WLAN/SSID "on the fly."  Essentially, I'm trying to create a clone copy of an existing one.  When I create the SSID with the API, it is created as a pending change and not applied immediately.  

 

Does anyone know of a way to apply the changes immediately using the API?!

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Re: Can API Set Methods Apply Changes Directly?

Send a second API call to commit the config.

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
@timcappalli | timcappalli.me | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480
Occasional Contributor I

Re: Can API Set Methods Apply Changes Directly?

When you say a 2nd API call, are you saying invoke an identical API call or an entirely different one with a different URL?!  I tried the first approach and still see "_pending : 1" in the global result.  I'm reviewing the API document now and am not seeing anything about the second approach.

Occasional Contributor I

Re: Can API Set Methods Apply Changes Directly?

I believe I found it using the "write memory" CLI command, which has a API counterpart.

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Re: Can API Set Methods Apply Changes Directly?

Late reply, but I can confirm that a POST to "/v1/configuration/object/write_memory" is what is needed to commit pending changes.

 

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