Hello!
I also need a REST api for assets, so I decided to take a stab at writing one myself. The files are here:
https://github.com/sbsroc/rt/tree/master/share/html/REST/1.0/Forms/asset

This is my first contribution to RT. To install and test, place the files default and links into a new directory: /opt/rt4/share/html/REST/1.0/Forms/asset/

Then run:
rm -Rf /opt/rt4/var/mason_data/obj/*; service apache2 reload

I have working asset "show", "new" and updates. It used the same format as tickets:

$ curl 'http://localhost/REST/1.0/asset/1/show?user=xxxxxxx&pass=xxxxxxx'
RT/4.4.1 200 Ok

id: asset/1
Name: testing
Description: The test description is here
Catalog: 1
Status: allocated
Created: 2016-12-06 02:25:17
LastUpdated: 2016-12-07 04:05:57
Owner: myuser

HeldBy: us...@example.com, us...@example.com,
        us...@example.com

Contacts: us...@example.com, us...@example.com
CF.{NCentralAssetID}: 34512

Custom fields are working, links work (show only) and updates work (mostly). I'm currently having trouble with the Contacts and HeldBy fields not removing entries for users that are no longer on the list when posted. I get an error from RT::Record::Role::Roles, when it's clearly listed when I query. Even more odd, the first time I try to remove a member, it acts without error. It's only on the second attempt that it shows an error. This suggested that maybe it's removing *something*, but not all. Appears to be a bug in other PMs.

If this helps someone as-is, then great! If others can contribute, I welcome it. Anyone know if our pull request should go against master when we're done?

Anyone willing to trust the code? LOL

Steve


On 2016-12-04 5:38 pm, Bart Bunting wrote:
Josh,

I may be able to get our company to contribute something, although I'm
afraid it wouldn't be too much.

We are tossing up between updating owr own existing solution or using
RT to manage assets.

Given the lack of an API it makes RT integration with our customer portal
problematic.  This is likely to push us away from RT and to just write
our own specific implementation.

If there is a commitment from Bestpractical to get the API implemented
and funds were the only issue we would consider how we could help.


Kind regards

Bart

Josh Tackitt <tacki...@reed.edu> writes:

Hi Bart,

Unfortunately there is no REST API for Assets.  I've heard rumors that
maybe they're working on it but pretty sure I've not seen anything official.

Is anyone out there interested in combining funds to pay for the
development of this much needed feature?  I'm sure we could convince
BestPractical to roll it into 'core' so that everyone would benefit.

Best,
Josh

On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 3:26 PM, Bart Bunting <bart.bunt...@ursys.com.au>
wrote:

Hi,

Is there a REST API for assets in RT?

I can't find any documentation for it.

Can anyone shed any light on if it exists or is in the works?


Kind regards
Bart
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