Synthetic locations API v2 - GET a location

Gets parameters of the specified location.

The request produces an application/json payload.

Endpoint

/api/cluster/v2/synthetic/locations

Parameters

Parameter Type Description In Required
locationId string

The Dynatrace entity ID of the required location.

path required

Response

Response codes

Code Description
200

Success. The response contains parameters of the synthetic location.

Response body

The SyntheticLocation object

Configuration of a synthetic location.

countryCode, regionCode, city parameters are optional as they can be retrieved based on latitude and longitude of location.

The actual set of fields depends on the type of the location.

Element Type Description
entityId string

The Dynatrace entity ID of the location.

type string

Defines the actual set of fields depending on the value. See one of the following objects:

  • PUBLIC -> PublicSyntheticLocation
  • PRIVATE -> PrivateSyntheticLocation
  • CLUSTER -> PrivateSyntheticLocation
name string

The name of the location.

countryCode string

The country code of the location.

Use the alpha-2 code of the ISO 3166-2 standard, (for example, AT for Austria or PL for Poland).

regionCode string

The region code of the location.

For the USA or Canada use ISO 3166-2 state codes (without US- or CA- prefix), for example, VA for Virginia or OR for Oregon.

For the rest of the world use FIPS 10-4 codes.

city string

The city of the location.

latitude number

The latitude of the location in DDD.dddd format.

longitude number

The longitude of the location in DDD.dddd format.

status string

The status of the location:

  • ENABLED: The location is displayed as active in the UI. You can assign monitors to the location.
  • DISABLED: The location is displayed as inactive in the UI. You can't assign monitors to the location. Monitors already assigned to the location will stay there and will be executed from the location.
  • HIDDEN: The location is not displayed in the UI. You can't assign monitors to the location. You can only set location as HIDDEN when no monitor is assigned to it.
geoLocationId string

The Dynatrace GeoLocation ID of the location.

Response format

To find all model variations that depend on the type of the model, see JSON models.

Response codes

Code Description
200

Success. The response contains parameters of the synthetic location.

Response body

The SyntheticLocation object

Configuration of a synthetic location.

countryCode, regionCode, city parameters are optional as they can be retrieved based on latitude and longitude of location.

The actual set of fields depends on the type of the location.

Element Type Description
entityId string

The Dynatrace entity ID of the location.

type string

Defines the actual set of fields depending on the value. See one of the following objects:

  • PUBLIC -> PublicSyntheticLocation
  • PRIVATE -> PrivateSyntheticLocation
  • CLUSTER -> PrivateSyntheticLocation
name string

The name of the location.

countryCode string

The country code of the location.

Use the alpha-2 code of the ISO 3166-2 standard, (for example, AT for Austria or PL for Poland).

regionCode string

The region code of the location.

For the USA or Canada use ISO 3166-2 state codes (without US- or CA- prefix), for example, VA for Virginia or OR for Oregon.

For the rest of the world use FIPS 10-4 codes.

city string

The city of the location.

latitude number

The latitude of the location in DDD.dddd format.

longitude number

The longitude of the location in DDD.dddd format.

status string

The status of the location:

  • ENABLED: The location is displayed as active in the UI. You can assign monitors to the location.
  • DISABLED: The location is displayed as inactive in the UI. You can't assign monitors to the location. Monitors already assigned to the location will stay there and will be executed from the location.
  • HIDDEN: The location is not displayed in the UI. You can't assign monitors to the location. You can only set location as HIDDEN when no monitor is assigned to it.
geoLocationId string

The Dynatrace GeoLocation ID of the location.

Example - public location

In this example, the request gets the details of the Amazon US East (N. Virginia) public location, which has the ID of SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-0000000000000064.

Curl

curl -X GET \
  https://mySampleEnv.live.dynatrace.com/api/v2/synthetic/locations/SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-0000000000000064 \
  -H 'Authorization: Api-Token dt0c01.abc123.abcdefjhij1234567890'

Request URL

https://mySampleEnv.live.dynatrace.com/api/v2/synthetic/locations/SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-0000000000000064

Response body

{
  "entityId": "SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-0000000000000064",
  "type": "PUBLIC",
  "name": "Gdańsk",
  "countryCode": "PL",
  "regionCode": "EU",
  "city": "Gdańsk",
  "latitude": 54.399078,
  "longitude": 18.576557,
  "status": "ENABLED",
  "cloudPlatform": "OTHER",
  "ips": [
    "120.157.221.247",
    "172.158.6.93",
    "197.136.70.30",
    "227.53.205.237",
    "131.123.197.12"
  ],
  "stage": "GA",
  "browserType": "Chrome",
  "browserVersion": "83.0.4103.61",
  "capabilities": [
    "BROWSER",
    "HTTP"
  ],
  "geoLocationId": "GEOLOCATION-0A41430434C388A9"
}

Response code

200

Example - private location

In this example, the request gets the details of the Linz HTTP private location, which has the ID of SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-BB5EE23C1D48AFF5.

Curl

curl -X GET \
  https://mySampleEnv.live.dynatrace.com/api/v2/synthetic/locations/SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-BB5EE23C1D48AFF5 \
  -H 'Authorization: Api-Token dt0c01.abc123.abcdefjhij1234567890'

Request URL

https://mySampleEnv.live.dynatrace.com/api/v2/synthetic/locations/SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-BB5EE23C1D48AFF5

Response body

{
  "entityId": "SYNTHETIC_LOCATION-BB5EE23C1D48AFF5",
  "type": "PRIVATE",
  "name": "Linz HTTP",
  "countryCode": "AT",
  "regionCode": "04",
  "city": "Linz",
  "latitude": 48.306351,
  "longitude": 14.287399,
  "status": "ENABLED",
  "nodes": [
    "137829320"
  ],
  "availabilityLocationOutage": false,
  "availabilityNodeOutage": false,
  "locationNodeOutageDelayInMillis": 3000,
  "geoLocationId": "GEOLOCATION-427705B3488A4C45"
}

Response code

200