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Retrieves excluded entitlements for a potential role in a role mining session

This method returns excluded entitlements for a potential role in a role mining session.

Path Parameters
  • sessionId string required

    The role mining session id

    Example: 8c190e67-87aa-4ed9-a90b-d9d5344523fb
  • potentialRoleId string required

    A potential role id in a role mining session

    Example: 8c190e67-87aa-4ed9-a90b-d9d5344523fb
Query Parameters
  • sorters string

    sort by popularity, default order descending

  • filters string

    Filter parameter by "starts with" for the applicationName and entitlementRef.name.

  • offset int32

    Offset into the full result set. Usually specified with limit to paginate through the results. See V3 API Standard Collection Parameters for more information.

  • limit int32

    Possible values: <= 250

    Default value: 250

    Max number of results to return. See V3 API Standard Collection Parameters for more information.

    Example: 250
  • count boolean

    If true it will populate the X-Total-Count response header with the number of results that would be returned if limit and offset were ignored.

    Since requesting a total count can have a performance impact, it is recommended not to send count=true if that value will not be used.

    See V3 API Standard Collection Parameters for more information.

    Example: true
Responses

Succeeded. Returns a list of excluded entitlements for a potential roles.


Schema array
  • entitlementRef object

    Details about the entitlement

  • id string

    Id of the entitlement

  • name string

    Name of the entitlement

  • description string

    Description forthe entitlement

  • name string

    Name of the entitlement

  • applicationName string

    Application name of the entitlement

  • identityCount integer

    The number of identities with this entitlement in a role.

  • popularity integer

    The % popularity of this entitlement in a role.

  • popularityInOrg integer

    TThe % popularity of this entitlement in the org.

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