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Dexter: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on

Dexter: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on

Hello,

 

     I have been trying to access my REST APi using DEXTER, but no matter how I input URL the message is always the same: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on

My Actions:

     change url to : "Controller": controller/rest/applications/app/nodes",

       change username to: username@customer1

 

 

Any help would be apreciated.

thanks.

                       

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Dexter: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on
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AppDynamics Team

Re: Dexter: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on

Hi,

 

Have you read the documentation on the Target element https://github.com/Appdynamics/AppDynamics.DEXTER/wiki/Job-File#target-section? 

 

You'll see that the Controller property of Target object is an absolute URL to your controller, not a relative string "controller/rest/applications/app/nodes" that you are specifying. 

 

And the username has to be an appdynamics internal account as described here https://github.com/Appdynamics/AppDynamics.DEXTER/wiki/Job-File#username-string

 

Daniel



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Re: Dexter: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on

Daniel thanks for your prompt reply!

 

Yes, in the url property I have assigned an absolute url, also set the username to an internal account.

  

 

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Re: Dexter: Expanded targets but not a single valid target to work on

As you can see in https://github.com/Appdynamics/AppDynamics.DEXTER/wiki/Job-File#target-section, 

the URL to the Controller is just its host name. You don't need anything after the host name. Remove /controller/rest/applications.



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