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Creating a conference on DMA 7000 with API fails

 

The DMA API manual has the following..

Start Conference
● HTTP Method: POST
● URL: https://<server>:<port>/api/rest/conferences/start-conference
● Request Header: Content-Type: application/vnd.plcm.plcm-conference-start-request+xml

Request Body:
<p:plcm-conference-start-request xmlns:p="urn:com:polycom:api:rest:plcm-conference-start-request" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="urn:com:polycom:api:rest:plcm-conference-start-request plcm-conference-start-request.xsd ">
<p:conference-room-identifier>1000</p:conference-room-identifier>
</p:plcm-conference-start-request>

Whenever I try to do this I receive the following response..

<plcm-error>
<status-code>409</status-code>
<description>Invalid conference UUID string: start-conference.</description>
 </plcm-error>

I can't work out where I am going wrong. Everything else that I have ried using the API works.

Any help much appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance

 

Matthew

 

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Re: Creating a conference on DMA 7000 with API fails

Has conference number 1000 been defined, ready to be started/activated?

JoeV
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Re: Creating a conference on DMA 7000 with API fails

Thanks for taking the time to reply Joe, it's much appreciated.
I'm actually calling 1333 not 1000 but yes, conference room 1333 exists.
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Re: Creating a conference on DMA 7000 with API fails

And have you verified:

The user must be the conference room owner or have Administrator or Provisioner roles.

JoeV
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Re: Creating a conference on DMA 7000 with API fails

Yes, this is verified.

 

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Re: Creating a conference on DMA 7000 with API fails

Turns out this was a PEBKAC.

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