boddigr/itopapi

Php library for accessing the iTop API

1.0.3 2019-10-15 15:02 UTC

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Last update: 2021-10-16 01:47:30 UTC


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iTopApi PHP is an helper class to use and query the iTop API from your PHP scripts.

Installation (with composer) :

composer require ec-europa/itopapi

Usage

Getting data

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

$iTopAPI = new \iTopApi\ITopClient( 'http://localhost/itop', 'itopUser', 'iTopPassword' );

//disable SSL checks ?
//$iTopAPI->setCertificateCheck(false);

$query = sprintf("SELECT Servers WHERE environment = '%s'",'development');

$serversRequest = $iTopAPI->coreGet("Servers",$query);

$servers = $serverRequest['objects'];

Creating data

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

$iTopAPI = new \iTopApi\ITopClient( 'http://localhost/itop', 'itopUser', 'iTopPassword' );

//disable SSL checks ?
//$iTopAPI->setCertificateCheck(false);

$request = $iTopAPI->coreCreate("Servers",array(
  'hostname' => 'localhost',
  'memory' => 2048,
  'cpu' => 4,
  'location' => 'dc1'
));

Updating data

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

$iTopAPI = new \iTopApi\ITopClient( 'http://localhost/itop', 'itopUser', 'iTopPassword' );

//disable SSL checks ?
//$iTopAPI->setCertificateCheck(false);

$request = $iTopAPI->coreUpdate("Servers",array(
  'hostname' => 'localhost'
),array(
  'memory' => 1024
));

Using object oriented

require 'vendor/autoload.php';

$iTopAPI = new \iTopApi\ITopClient( 'http://localhost/itop', 'itopUser', 'iTopPassword' );

//disable SSL checks ?
//$iTopAPI->setCertificateCheck(false);


/**
 * Query and iterate 
 */

$servers = $iTopAPI->getObjects("Server",
  array(
    'name' => 'server001'
  )
);

foreach($servers as $server) {
  echo $server->name.' is '.$server->status_friendlyname;
  $server->name = 'server001-eu';
  $server->save();
}


/**
 * Deletes a new server : 
 */
if($server->status_friendlyname == 'decommissioning')
  $server->delete();
  
  
/**
 * Creates a new server : 
 */
$server = $iTopClient->getNewObject('Server');

$server->name = 'server002';
$server->status_friendlyname = 'deployed';
$server->save();