removeContacts

post

/ccagent/v1/organizations/removeContacts

Remove Contacts. This operation is used to remove a contact from the organization by delegatedAdmin. The delegated Admin cannot remove the contact if the contact is the last approval in the organization. This endPoint accepts the organization Id in the header. If the organization Id is passed in the header, that organization becomes the current context for delegated Admin. Optionally takes X-CCOrganization header which is a JSON field with organization ID as value. If this header is not provided, then the endPoint will consider first active organization as the current organization.

Request

Supported Media Types
Header Parameters
Body ()
Root Schema : removeContacts_request
Type: object
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Example:
POST{"members":["bb-110014"]}
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Response

Supported Media Types

200 Response

Following model is returned when operation succeeds.
Body ()
Root Schema : removeContacts_response
Type: object
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Example Response (application/json)
{
    "links":[
        {
            "rel":"self",
            "href":"/ccagentui/v1/organizations/removeContacts"
        }
    ],
    "element":true
}

Default Response

The error response. The following are the internal error codes thrown by this API when the request processing fails in Oracle Commerce Cloud: |Error Code|Description| |------------------|------------------| |1002019|Due to user type mismatch, cannot unassign user id from Organization| |23042|You cannot remove yourself from this account| |100020|Invalid Input| |89102|If the shopperProfile passed in the AgentContext header or the associated account is inactive| |22007|please provide valid input| |100019|Internal Error| |100000|If input passed is invalid| |100001|If there was no organization found with the given id|
Body ()
Root Schema : errorModel
Type: object
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Nested Schema : errors
Type: array
An optional list of errors if multiple errors were encountered
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Nested Schema : items
Type: object
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