What Does the REST API Plugin Do?
While other plugins are used to make changes in the associated target systems, the REST API allows third-party systems to dock on to tenfold and to control specific functions. This way, certain changes in third-party applications can be synchronized to tenfold.
In conjunction with the tenfold Generic Connector, the REST API enables the integration of applications for which no pre-built plugin exists. The application sends commands to tenfold via a REST server and vice versa.
More information about the structure and scope of the REST API can be retrieved from the tenfold application.
Modify personal data (identities)
Modify life cycle phase of persons (identities)
Retrieve info on all assigned roles, Active Directory and M365 objects of an individual person
Retrieve all permission profiles, assigned persons as well as ressources and groups contained within individual profiles
Create new roles/permission profiles, add resources, AD and M365 objects or application-specific permissions
Add persons to permission profiles, remove them or retrieve current memberships
Delete profiles or remove specific resources, group memberships or permissions from them
Retrieve info on Active Directory objects, group memberships and data owners
Add or remove Active Directory objects or group memberships to profiles
Change the data owner(s) for Active Directory or Microsoft 365 groups
Retrieve info on Microsoft 365 objects, their owners, group memberships or assigned data owners in tenfold
Add or remove Microsoft 365 group memberships to profiles
Retrieve list of all requests
Retrieve details on individual requests
Retrieve list of all requests associated with a specific person
For certain types of master data, you can retrieve either a list of all objects or the details on an individual object.
Supported types of master data include: Departments, Buildings, Gender, Cost centers, Life cycle phases, Lookup value groups, Offices, Person types, Titles, Languages, Companies, Lookup values.