GET List: Get All SPTS of an MPTS - AWS Elemental Conductor Live 3

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GET List: Get All SPTS of an MPTS

Get a list of all the SPTS programs in the specified MPTS output.

HTTP Request and Response

Request URL

GET http://<Conductor IP address>/mpts/<ID of mpts>/mpts_members

Call Header

  • Accept: Set to application/xml

If you are implementing user authentication, you must also include three authorization headers; see Header Content for User Authentication.

Response

The response contains XML content consisting of one mpts_members element with the following.

  • An HREF attribute that specifies the product and version installed on the AWS Elemental Conductor Live 3 node.

  • Zero or more mpts_member elements, one for each mpts member found. Each mpts_member element contains several elements.

Element Value Description
id Integer The ID for this MPTS member, assigned by the system when the MPTS member is created (either as part of the creation of an MPTS, or when creating an individual MPTS member).
mpts_id Integer
created_at String

The time this bulk task was created (the POST Start or Stop was received by the system).

Time is in ISO 8601 format, with the timezone designator indicated as an offset from UTC. For example, 2015-08-17T11:59:35-07:00 is the time in the timezone that is 7 hours behind UTC.

updated_at String The time the most recent change was made to this task report, in other words, the last time one or more of the count elements was updated.
name String The name (value of the name element) of the channel that is a member of the MPTS. You did not specify this name in the POST MPTS member; instead, the system finds it and includes it in the GET response.
Elements created by the POST MPTS Member See POST: Create an MPTS.
input String

This is identical to the primary destination that you specified in the profile used to create this channel (which is now an mpts_member). This primary destination is specified in the profile XML by the following:

output_group/output/udp_settings/destination/uri

output_group/output/udp_settings/destination/interface

output_group/output/udp_settings/destination/username

output_group/output/udp_settings/destination/password output_group/output/udp_settings/destination/certificate file

Keep in mind that the destination for the profile (channel) becomes input for the MPTS.

secondary_input String

This is identical to the secondary destination that you specified in the profile used to create this channel (which is now an mpts_member). It may be blank. This secondary destination is specified in the profile XML by the following tags:

output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_destination/uri

output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_destination/interface

output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_destination/username

output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_destination/password output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_destination/certificate file

Keep in mind that the destination for the profile (channel) becomes input for the MPTS.

allocation_transmit_destination String

This is identical to the following tag that you included in the profile used to create this channel (which is now an mpts_member):

output_group/output/udp_settings/allocation_receipt_destination

Keep in mind that the receipt destination for the profile (channel) becomes a transmit destination for the MPTS.

complexity_receipt_destination String

This is identical to the following tag that you included in the profile used to create this channel (which is now an mpts_member):

output_group/output/udp_settings/complexity_transmit_destination

Keep in mind that the transmit destination for the profile (channel) becomes a receipt destination for the MPTS.

secondary_allocation_transmit_destination String

This is identical to the following tag that you included in the profile used to create this channel (which is now an mpts_member):

output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_allocation_receipt_destination

Keep in mind that the receipt destination for the profile (channel) becomes a transmit destination for the MPTS.

secondary_complexity_receipt_destination String

This is identical to the following tag that you included in the profile used to create this channel (which is now an mpts_member):

output_group/output/udp_settings/secondary_complexity_transmit_destination

Keep in mind that the transmit destination for the profile (channel) becomes a receipt destination for the MPTS.