Hi, i have followed the workflow as of official documentation
Following the example object type (hard disk, os) and sending the payload, all works fine.
Problems seems to happen for non-default attribute types.
First thing: how can i declare and map attributes that has a particular type? In my case i have defined a User and a Group attribute.
For the Group i have tried in the json to declare it as “select”.
I have to avoid the User type in the json sent to the mapping endpoint to preserve it (object type defined previously using the insight interface).
I have tried the start and submitResult requests several times, the api always return a 200 status code.
On audit logs in insight i can see the number of records involved in the import, but no other useful informations regarding the ingest (no errors, no new object inserted, no record updated).
I guess something regarding the Group and User attribute is involved (others are text, date and boolean), but i’ll wait your response / example.
I have tried to omit the user in the payload and also to pass the accountId value, for the Group i have tried to send an array of strings of real groups defined in my cloud instance (e.g [‘aministrators’,‘jira-admins-…’]