GET /identityManagementSystems/cyberark/paths

Use this method to return a list of all CyberArk paths that are defined in Lenovo XClarity Administrator. A CyberArk path is made up of an application ID, safe, and optional folder that identify the location of onboarded user accounts in CyberArk.

Note: This API requires Lenovo XClarity Administrator v3.2.0 or later.

Authentication

Authentication with user name and password is required.

Request URL

GET https://{management_server_IP}/identityManagementSystems/cyberark/paths

Query parameters

None

Request body

None

Response codes

Code Description Comments
200 OK The request completed successfully.
400 Bad Request A query parameter or request attribute is missing or not valid, or the operation is not supported. A descriptive error message is returned in the response body.
401 Unauthorized The user cannot be authenticated. Authentication has not been provided or has failed. A descriptive error message is returned in the response body.
403 Forbidden The orchestrator server was prevented from fulfilling the request. A descriptive error message is returned in the response body. Ensure that you have privileges to perform the request.
404 Not found A specified resource cannot be found. A descriptive error message is returned in the response body.
409 Conflict There is a conflict with the current state of the resource. A descriptive error message is returned in the response body.
500 Internal Server Error An internal error occurred. A descriptive error message is returned in the response body.

Response body

When the request is successful, the following attributes are returned. If the request fails, standard message attributes are returned (see Status messages).

The response body is an array of objects. Each object that contains information about each path to the identity-management system.

Parameters Type Description
id String Path ID
appId String Application ID
folder String Folder
safe String Safe
The following example is returned if the request is successful.
[{
   "id": "2",
   "appId": "LXCC",
   "safe": "safe_1",
   "folder": "folder_1",
}, {
   "id": "4",
   "appId": "LXCC",
   "safe": "safe_2",
   "folder": ""
}]