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GET /analytics/ade_rules/{id}

Retrieves an ADE rule.

Retrieves an ADE rule.

Table 1: GET /analytics/ade_rules/{id} Resource Details

MIME Type

application/json

Table 2: GET /analytics/ade_rules/{id} Request Parameter Details

Parameter

Type

Optionality

Data Type

MIME Type

Description

id

path

Required

Number (Integer)

text/plain

null

fields

query

Optional

String

text/plain

Optional - Use this parameter to specify which fields you would like to get back in the response. Fields that are not named are excluded. Specify subfields in brackets and multiple fields in the same object are separated by commas.

Table 3: GET /analytics/ade_rules/{id} Response Codes

HTTP Response Code

Unique Code

Description

200

 

The ADE rule was retrieved.

404

1002

The ADE rule does not exist.

500

1020

An error occurred during the attempt to retrieve the ADE rule.

Response Description

The ADE rule after it is retrieved. An ADE Rule object contains the following fields:

  • id - Long - The sequence ID of the ADE rule.

  • name - String - The name of the ADE rule.

  • ade_rule_type - String - The type of ADE rule: ANOMALY, BEHAVIORAL, THRESHOLD.

  • enabled - Boolean - True if the ADE rule is enabled.

  • owner - String - The owner of the ADE rule.

  • identifier - String - The unique ID of the rule. This value is typically in the form of a UUID, with the exception of legacy system rules.

  • linked_rule_identifier - String - The linked ID of the rule. This value is typically in the form of a UUID, with the exception of legacy system rules, and varies depending on the rule's origin as follows:

    • SYSTEM - The identifier value of the override rule, if one exists. If the system rule has not been overridden, the value will be null.

    • OVERRIDE - The identifier value of the system rule being overridden.

    • USER - The value will be null.

  • creation_date - Long - The number of milliseconds since epoch when the rule was created.

  • modification_date - Long - The number of milliseconds since epoch when the rule was last modified.

Response Sample