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Delete fired-alerts via endpoint?

rroberts
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

I can list fired-alerts via endpoint https://localhost:8089/servicesNS/admin/search/alerts/fired_alerts/-
There is a way to delete fired-alerts via API?

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rroberts
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Found snippet example using Python internal SDK:

Fired_alert.py

Provides object mapping for fired alerts objects

Example use case:

sessionKey = splunk.auth.getSessionKey('admin','changeme')

s = SavedSearch.get('/servicesNS/admin/search/admin/savedsearch/someAlert')
alerts = s.get_alerts()

# print them all
for a in alerts:

print a.severity, str(a.trigger_time), str(action)

#now delete the most recent one

alerts[0].delete()

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mzorzi
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

rroberts
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Found snippet example using Python internal SDK:

Fired_alert.py

Provides object mapping for fired alerts objects

Example use case:

sessionKey = splunk.auth.getSessionKey('admin','changeme')

s = SavedSearch.get('/servicesNS/admin/search/admin/savedsearch/someAlert')
alerts = s.get_alerts()

# print them all
for a in alerts:

print a.severity, str(a.trigger_time), str(action)

#now delete the most recent one

alerts[0].delete()

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sbsbb
Builder

Hi Robert, could you post your entire code here ?

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