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List Audit Entries for a Developer

Resource Summary

Security

Content Type

application/octet-stream

Category

Audits,

getAuditDev

GET

List Audit Entries for a Developer

Lists audit records for management operations for a developer.

For every call made to the management API, Apigee Edge logs an audit record. This API enables you to obtain a record of all management calls made against a developer in an organization. The audit logs provide access to the actions (create, read, update, delete) executed on the developer.

If there are no audit records, or if the entity does not exist, this API returns an empty array.

If you omit the timeline, startTime, and endTime query parameters, the default is to use timeline=today.

Resource URL

https://api.enterprise.apigee.com/v1 /audits/organizations/{org_name}/developers/{developer_email}

Query Parameters

Name Values Description
expand
(required)

Set expand as true to returns all audit records for the developer, including for any apps associated with the developer. Set to false to return records only for the developer.

timeline

Filters results by the specified time interval. Valid values are today, week, month. If you usetimeline, don't use startTime or endTime.

If you omit the timeline, startTime, and endTime query parameters, the default is timeline=today.

startTime

The beginning date/time from which audit entries should be returned, in Unix epoch format in milliseconds. (Here's an epoch time generator. Add "000" to the end of normal epoch time to get milliseconds.)

Use startTime by itself or with endTime to specify a range. Don't use with timeline.

If you omit the timeline, startTime, and endTime query parameters, the default is timeline=today.

endTime

The ending date/time up to which audit entries should be returned, in Unix epoch format in milliseconds. (Here's an epoch time generator. Add "000" to the end of normal epoch time to get milliseconds.)

Use endTime by itself or with startTime to specify a range. Don't use with timeline.

If you omit the timeline, startTime, and endTime query parameters, the default is timeline=today.

rows

A limit on the total number of audit entries to be returned when you specify either startTime or endTime.

Header Parameters

Name Values Description
Content-Type
(required)

Specify content type as octet-stream.

Request Body

org_name Mention the organization name true

developer_email Mention the developer email true

HTTP Basic

OAuth 2.0

API Key

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