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/idempotence_identifiers

This operation submits a request to create an new idempotence_identifier based on the input parameters. The idempotence_identifiers API allows users to generate an idempotent UUID4 with a user-provided identifier. The idempotent UUID(s) can later be passed in POST requests. By default, Nutanix v3 APIs do not allow for operations to be created with user-provided UUIDs; each POST request received by the API gateway results in a UUID4 being automatically generated and returned in the response JSON.

Authorization

basic

Request Body

An idempotence identifier object.

Schema
object

Resources for the idempotence identifier kind.

client_identifier
string

The client identifier string.

count
integer

The number of idempotence identifiers provided.

3 validations + required
valid_duration_in_minutes
integer

Number of minutes from creation time for which idempotence identifier uuid list is valid.

3 validations

Responses

Success

Schema
object

Idempotence identifier status definition.

client_identifier
string

The client identifier string.

count
integer

The number of idempotence identifiers provided.

1 validation + required
expiration_time
string

UTC date and time in RFC-3339 format of the expiration time (with reference to system time). Value is creation time + valid_duration

1 validation
uuid_list
array[string]
required

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