List incident occurrences

get

/assetMonitoring/clientapi/v2/incidents/{incident-id}/occurrences

This operation returns the list of occurrences of an incident specified by its Incident ID.

Request

Path Parameters
Query Parameters
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Response

Supported Media Types

200 Response

Successfully processed.
Body ()
Root Schema : FmRuleOccurrence_receive_list
Type: object
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Nested Schema : items
Type: array
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Nested Schema : items
Type: object
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Nested Schema : satisfiedPredicates
Type: array
Property description was not set
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Nested Schema : SatisfiedPredicate_receive
Type: object
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Nested Schema : information
Type: object
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  • A map of the following type: Map<String, String>
Property description was not set
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401 Response

Unauthorized. The request requires user authentication.

406 Response

Request Not Acceptable. The resource identified by the request is only capable of generating response entities which have content characteristics not acceptable according to the accept headers sent in the request.
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Examples

curl -X GET 
   -u <username>:<password>
   -H 'Accept: application/json'
   https://iotserver/assetMonitoring/clientapi/v2/incidents/{incident-id}/occurrences

Example of Response Body

The following example shows the content of the response body in JSON format:


{
"count":2,
"hasMore":false,
"items":[
{
"id":"50be575f2061-2adf",
"incidentId":"c1e4a1e78fb-460a",
"satisfiedPredicates":[
{
"information":{
"information_key1":"information_value1",
"information_key2":"information_value2",
"information_key3":"information_value3"
},
"type":"Property description was not set"
}
],
"time":12345
},
{
"id":"6a3e456e1802-47d",
"incidentId":"44564cce496f-6162",
"satisfiedPredicates":[
{
"information":{
"information_key1":"information_value1",
"information_key2":"information_value2",
"information_key3":"information_value3"
},
"type":"Property description was not set"
}
],
"time":12345
}
],
"limit":10,
"links":[
{
"href":"https://iotserver/assetMonitoring/clientapi/version/resource/path",
"rel":"self"
},
{
"href":"https://iotserver/assetMonitoring/clientapi/version/resource/path",
"rel":"canonical"
}
],
"offset":0
}



Complete cURL Example

The following example shows a complete cURL command that you can use to perform the described operation:

curl -X GET 
   -u <username>:<password>
   -H 'Accept: application/json'
   https://iotserver/assetMonitoring/clientapi/v2/incidents/5fae550d7ab8-51e8/occurrences



Note that in the request, https://iotserver will be replaced by the name and port of your assigned IoT Cloud Service instance. The format of the Cloud Service instance is https://myinstance-myidentitydomain.iot.us.oraclecloud.com and the default port is 443.
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