GET <REST API URL>/userdetails/queryAssist?query=string&caret=int
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Optional. Lets you specify a search query to filter the returned results. See Query Syntax for the definition of supported logical operations syntax. For the UserDetails, the following fields and tuples are supported:
authLogin: userAzureLogin — User details with given Azure identifier
authName: userAzureName — User with the given name provided by Azure
authName: userSamlName — User details with the given name provided by SAML
authLogin: value — User details with given JetBrains Account login
authLogin: userGithubLogin — User details with given GitHub login
fullName: value — User details with given name in GitHub
authLogin: userJiraLogin — User details with given login in Jira
authName: userJiraName — User details with given name in Jira
authLogin: userLdapLogin — User details with given LDAP user ID
authName: value — User details with given name in LDAP
authName: userOpenIDName — User details with given name in OpenID
has: avatar — Has avatar
openID: value — User details with given OpenID identifier
authLogin: value — User details with given Hub login
authMethod: authModule — User details associated with the given auth module
email: email — User details with the given email
has: email — User details with email
has: originService — User details that were imported from some service
has: authLogin — Details with login
id: value — User detail with the given ID
originService: service — User details that were imported from the given service
type: authModuleType — User details of auth modules of the given type
user: user — User details of the given user
Query parameter of type int.
400 Bad Request
At least one of the request parameters is invalid. For example, a required field in the passed JSON object is missing. For details, check the error message in the response.
The requester has no access to the requested resource.
404 Not Found
The requested resource was not found.
500 Internal Server Error
Failed to process request because of the server error. For details, check the error message in the response.