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POST User

POST Request

You may use either JSON or XML formats in your request. 
You indicate this by setting the ContentType HTTP header as "application/json" or "application/xml". If no ContentType is specified, XML format is assumed.

The required and optional parameters for a POST to the Users API are outlined below.

Parameter Name

Data Type

Required

Description

SUser

SUser

Yes

The User that you wish to create.  See the SUser type definition from the GET above.

 

POST Response

The data returned from a SUser POST is provided as follows:

SUser Response (<SUserResponse>)

Field Name

Data Type

Description

SUser

SUser

The User created.

ResponseStatus

ResponseStatus

Details of any errors that may have occurred


SUser (<SUser>
) Response Fields
The SUser returned is only populated with the following fields:

Field Name

Data Type

Description

Id

GUID

Unique identifier of the new User

Status

String

Status of this User which will be set to Invited

 

API Usage Example

Given that the API is REST based, you can access the API directly via your web browser to test it.  Obviously for actual integration works, you will need to make a web request to the given REST URL and then parse the response.

Below is a simple POST example which creates a User, using XML format.

Content-Type: application/xml
Content-Length: length
<SUser> <Email>String</Email> <ExternalId>String</ExternalId> <FirstName>String</FirstName> <Folders> <Id>00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</Id> </Folders> <Groups> <Id>00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</Id> </Groups> <Id>00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</Id> <IntegrationKey>String</IntegrationKey> <LastName>String</LastName> <Password>String</Password> <ProviderId>0</ProviderId> <Status>String</Status> <WebsiteRole>String</WebsiteRole> </SUser>

XML Response

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/xml
Content-Length: length
<SUserResponse xmlns:i="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://schemas.servicestack.net/types">
  <SUser>
    <Id>00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</Id>
    <Status>String</Status>
  </SUser>
  <ResponseStatus>
    <ErrorCode>String</ErrorCode>
    <Message>String</Message>
    <Errors>
      <ResponseError>
        <ErrorCode>String</ErrorCode>
        <FieldName>String</FieldName>
        <Message>String</Message>
      </ResponseError>
    </Errors>
  </ResponseStatus>
</SUserResponse>

 

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