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adding ADD calls to Several of the other API calls would be quite useful and streamline many processes
Hello, we have further analyzed this issue and have accepted this to our roadmap. All roadmap items we strive to deliver withn 12 months. Thank you.
In user account update API, you can either update all the information with default update function, or you can use partial update to update only permissions. In either case, when you make an API request with single(or multiple) permissions passed in the json data, the earlier permissions are overriden by the new permissions you push. We would like to be able to add permissions to a user without deleting the earlier ones. (As a workaround, we are running read API for that user, collect all the permission it currently has, append the new permission we want to assign to json data, and push it back for that user.)
Thank you for participating in the request for enhancement community. We have evaluated this request, and would like to request some additional information.
Can you provide some additional details on the use case?
Can you provide sample GET and UPDATE API calls?