Hi everyone,

This may seem like a silly question, but are user id's and group id's expected 
to be the "same"?

For example:
>>> gi.users.get_users()
[{u'username': u'user1', u'model_class': u'User', u'id': u'f2db41e1fa331b3e', 
u'email': u'XXXXX'},
 {u'username': u'user2', u'model_class': u'User', u'id': u'f597429621d6eb2b', 
u'email': u'XXXXX'}]

>>> gi.groups.get_groups()
[{u'url': u'/api/groups/f2db41e1fa331b3e', u'model_class': u'Group', u'id': 
u'f2db41e1fa331b3e', u'name': u'group1'},
 {u'url': u'/api/groups/f597429621d6eb2b', u'model_class': u'Group', u'id': 
u'f597429621d6eb2b', u'name': u'group2'}]

This is just a dev instance I set up really quick, so these are the first two 
users/groups I've created. If this is expected behavior I'll carry on, just 
seems odd to me.


Rob Lemley
Systems Administrator - CIRC
University of Rochester

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