UsersApi class reference

All URIs are relative to http://localhost

Method HTTP request Description
destroy DELETE /api/users/{id} Method deletes a specific user from the server
list GET /api/users Method returns a paginated list of users
partial_update PATCH /api/users/{id} Method updates chosen fields of a user
retrieve GET /api/users/{id} Method provides information of a specific user
retrieve_self GET /api/users/self Method returns an instance of a user who is currently authorized

destroy

destroy( id, **kwargs )

Method deletes a specific user from the server

Example

from pprint import pprint

from cvat_sdk.api_client import Configuration, ApiClient, exceptions
from cvat_sdk.api_client.models import *

# Set up an API client
# Read Configuration class docs for more info about parameters and authentication methods
configuration = Configuration(
    host = "http://localhost",
    username = 'YOUR_USERNAME',
    password = 'YOUR_PASSWORD',
)

with ApiClient(configuration) as api_client:
    id = 1 # int | A unique integer value identifying this user.

    try:
        api_client.users_api.destroy(
            id,)
    except exceptions.ApiException as e:
        print("Exception when calling UsersApi.destroy(): %s\n" % e)

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id int A unique integer value identifying this user.

There are also optional kwargs that control the function invocation behavior. Read more here.

Returned values

Returned type: Tuple[None, urllib3.HTTPResponse].

Returns a tuple with 2 values: (None, raw_response).

This endpoint does not have any return value, so None is always returned as the first value. The second value is the raw response, which can be useful to get response parameters, such as status code, headers, or raw response data. Read more about invocation parameters and returned values here.

Authorization

basicAuth, csrfAuth, sessionAuth, signatureAuth, tokenAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: Not defined

HTTP response details

Status code Description Response headers
204 The user has been deleted -

list

list( x_organization=None, filter=None, first_name=None, is_active=None, last_name=None, org=None, org_id=None, page=None, page_size=None, search=None, sort=None, username=None, **kwargs )

Method returns a paginated list of users

Example

from pprint import pprint

from cvat_sdk.api_client import Configuration, ApiClient, exceptions
from cvat_sdk.api_client.models import *

# Set up an API client
# Read Configuration class docs for more info about parameters and authentication methods
configuration = Configuration(
    host = "http://localhost",
    username = 'YOUR_USERNAME',
    password = 'YOUR_PASSWORD',
)

with ApiClient(configuration) as api_client:
    x_organization = "X-Organization_example" # str | Organization unique slug (optional)
    filter = "filter_example" # str |  JSON Logic filter. This filter can be used to perform complex filtering by grouping rules.  For example, using such a filter you can get all resources created by you:      - {\"and\":[{\"==\":[{\"var\":\"owner\"},\"<user>\"]}]}  Details about the syntax used can be found at the link: https://jsonlogic.com/   Available filter_fields: ['username', 'first_name', 'last_name', 'id', 'is_active']. (optional)
    first_name = "first_name_example" # str | A simple equality filter for the first_name field (optional)
    is_active = True # bool | A simple equality filter for the is_active field (optional)
    last_name = "last_name_example" # str | A simple equality filter for the last_name field (optional)
    org = "org_example" # str | Organization unique slug (optional)
    org_id = 1 # int | Organization identifier (optional)
    page = 1 # int | A page number within the paginated result set. (optional)
    page_size = 1 # int | Number of results to return per page. (optional)
    search = "search_example" # str | A search term. Available search_fields: ('username', 'first_name', 'last_name') (optional)
    sort = "sort_example" # str | Which field to use when ordering the results. Available ordering_fields: ['username', 'first_name', 'last_name', 'id', 'is_active'] (optional)
    username = "username_example" # str | A simple equality filter for the username field (optional)

    try:
        (data, response) = api_client.users_api.list(
            x_organization=x_organization,
            filter=filter,
            first_name=first_name,
            is_active=is_active,
            last_name=last_name,
            org=org,
            org_id=org_id,
            page=page,
            page_size=page_size,
            search=search,
            sort=sort,
            username=username,
        )
        pprint(data)
    except exceptions.ApiException as e:
        print("Exception when calling UsersApi.list(): %s\n" % e)

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
x_organization str Organization unique slug [optional]
filter str JSON Logic filter. This filter can be used to perform complex filtering by grouping rules. For example, using such a filter you can get all resources created by you: - {"and":[{"==":[{"var":"owner"},""]}]} Details about the syntax used can be found at the link: https://jsonlogic.com/ Available filter_fields: [‘username’, ‘first_name’, ’last_name’, ‘id’, ‘is_active’]. [optional]
first_name str A simple equality filter for the first_name field [optional]
is_active bool A simple equality filter for the is_active field [optional]
last_name str A simple equality filter for the last_name field [optional]
org str Organization unique slug [optional]
org_id int Organization identifier [optional]
page int A page number within the paginated result set. [optional]
page_size int Number of results to return per page. [optional]
search str A search term. Available search_fields: (‘username’, ‘first_name’, ’last_name’) [optional]
sort str Which field to use when ordering the results. Available ordering_fields: [‘username’, ‘first_name’, ’last_name’, ‘id’, ‘is_active’] [optional]
username str A simple equality filter for the username field [optional]

There are also optional kwargs that control the function invocation behavior. Read more here.

Returned values

Returned type: Tuple[PaginatedMetaUserList, urllib3.HTTPResponse].

Returns a tuple with 2 values: (parsed_response, raw_response).

The first value is a model parsed from the response data. The second value is the raw response, which can be useful to get response parameters, such as status code, headers, or raw response data. Read more about invocation parameters and returned values here.

Authorization

basicAuth, csrfAuth, sessionAuth, signatureAuth, tokenAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/vnd.cvat+json

HTTP response details

Status code Description Response headers
200 -

partial_update

partial_update( id, patched_user_request=None, **kwargs )

Method updates chosen fields of a user

Example

from pprint import pprint

from cvat_sdk.api_client import Configuration, ApiClient, exceptions
from cvat_sdk.api_client.models import *

# Set up an API client
# Read Configuration class docs for more info about parameters and authentication methods
configuration = Configuration(
    host = "http://localhost",
    username = 'YOUR_USERNAME',
    password = 'YOUR_PASSWORD',
)

with ApiClient(configuration) as api_client:
    id = 1 # int | A unique integer value identifying this user.
    patched_user_request = PatchedUserRequest(
        username="A",
        first_name="first_name_example",
        last_name="last_name_example",
        email="email_example",
        groups=[
            "groups_example",
        ],
        is_staff=True,
        is_superuser=True,
        is_active=True,
    ) # PatchedUserRequest |  (optional)

    try:
        (data, response) = api_client.users_api.partial_update(
            id,
            patched_user_request=patched_user_request,
        )
        pprint(data)
    except exceptions.ApiException as e:
        print("Exception when calling UsersApi.partial_update(): %s\n" % e)

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id int A unique integer value identifying this user.
patched_user_request PatchedUserRequest [optional]

There are also optional kwargs that control the function invocation behavior. Read more here.

Returned values

Returned type: Tuple[MetaUser, urllib3.HTTPResponse].

Returns a tuple with 2 values: (parsed_response, raw_response).

The first value is a model parsed from the response data. The second value is the raw response, which can be useful to get response parameters, such as status code, headers, or raw response data. Read more about invocation parameters and returned values here.

Authorization

basicAuth, csrfAuth, sessionAuth, signatureAuth, tokenAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/vnd.cvat+json

HTTP response details

Status code Description Response headers
200 -

retrieve

retrieve( id, **kwargs )

Method provides information of a specific user

Example

from pprint import pprint

from cvat_sdk.api_client import Configuration, ApiClient, exceptions
from cvat_sdk.api_client.models import *

# Set up an API client
# Read Configuration class docs for more info about parameters and authentication methods
configuration = Configuration(
    host = "http://localhost",
    username = 'YOUR_USERNAME',
    password = 'YOUR_PASSWORD',
)

with ApiClient(configuration) as api_client:
    id = 1 # int | A unique integer value identifying this user.

    try:
        (data, response) = api_client.users_api.retrieve(
            id,)
        pprint(data)
    except exceptions.ApiException as e:
        print("Exception when calling UsersApi.retrieve(): %s\n" % e)

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id int A unique integer value identifying this user.

There are also optional kwargs that control the function invocation behavior. Read more here.

Returned values

Returned type: Tuple[MetaUser, urllib3.HTTPResponse].

Returns a tuple with 2 values: (parsed_response, raw_response).

The first value is a model parsed from the response data. The second value is the raw response, which can be useful to get response parameters, such as status code, headers, or raw response data. Read more about invocation parameters and returned values here.

Authorization

basicAuth, csrfAuth, sessionAuth, signatureAuth, tokenAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/vnd.cvat+json

HTTP response details

Status code Description Response headers
200 -

retrieve_self

retrieve_self( **kwargs )

Method returns an instance of a user who is currently authorized

Method returns an instance of a user who is currently authorized

Example

from pprint import pprint

from cvat_sdk.api_client import Configuration, ApiClient, exceptions
from cvat_sdk.api_client.models import *

# Set up an API client
# Read Configuration class docs for more info about parameters and authentication methods
configuration = Configuration(
    host = "http://localhost",
    username = 'YOUR_USERNAME',
    password = 'YOUR_PASSWORD',
)

with ApiClient(configuration) as api_client:

    try:
        (data, response) = api_client.users_api.retrieve_self()
        pprint(data)
    except exceptions.ApiException as e:
        print("Exception when calling UsersApi.retrieve_self(): %s\n" % e)

Parameters

This endpoint does not need any parameter.

There are also optional kwargs that control the function invocation behavior. Read more here.

Returned values

Returned type: Tuple[MetaUser, urllib3.HTTPResponse].

Returns a tuple with 2 values: (parsed_response, raw_response).

The first value is a model parsed from the response data. The second value is the raw response, which can be useful to get response parameters, such as status code, headers, or raw response data. Read more about invocation parameters and returned values here.

Authorization

basicAuth, csrfAuth, sessionAuth, signatureAuth, tokenAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/vnd.cvat+json

HTTP response details

Status code Description Response headers
200 -