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API: My Passwords

Current Team Password Manager version: 7.73.146

API v4

Sections: List passwords | Show a password | Create a password | Update a password | Delete a password


List passwords

These return the personal passwords of the user (My Passwords). The returned data is the same as in the my passwords list in the web interface.

GET /my_passwords.json
GET /my_passwords/search/urlencoded_string.json

The responses from these requests are paginated and /count.json and /page/num.json can be used. See the section on pagination for more information. Example: GET /my_passwords/page/2.json

If successful, the response code is 200 OK with the results of the call in the response body.

Example response body:

[
 {
    "id": 1049,
    "name": "My website",
    "notes_snippet": "Some notes for my website",
    "tags": "personal,website",
    "access_info": "http:\/\/www.mywebsite.com\/admin",
    "username": "myuser",
    "email": "myemail@mywebsite.com",
    "updated_on": "2015-03-11 21:54:35"
  },
...
]

Note: you can use the search operators when searching for passwords. Just remember to urlencode the search string.


Show a password

This method returns all the data of a password, identified by its internal id.

GET /my_passwords/ID.json

If successful, the response code is 200 OK with the results of the call in the response body.

Example response body:

{
  "id": "1049",
  "name": "My website",
  "tags": "personal,website",
  "access_info": "http:\/\/www.mywebsite.com\/admin",
  "username": "myuser",
  "email": "myemail@mywebsite.com",
  "password": "mypwd1234",
  "notes": "Some notes for my website",
  "created_on": "2015-03-11 21:54:35",
  "created_by": {
    "id": "1",
    "username": "john",
    "email_address": "john@teampasswordmanager.com",
    "name": "John Boss",
    "role": "Admin"
  },
  "updated_on": "2015-03-13 15:24:40",
  "updated_by": {
    "id": "1",
    "username": "john",
    "email_address": "john@teampasswordmanager.com",
    "name": "John Boss",
    "role": "Admin"
  }
}

Create a password

POST /my_passwords.json

The request body must include the data for the password. The only required fields is the name of the password:

{
  "name": "Name of the password",
  ...
}

If successful, the response code is 201 Created with the internal id of the password in the response body:

{
  "id": 123
}

The following fields can be used when creating a password: 'name' (required), 'tags' (list of comma separated strings), 'access_info', 'username', 'email', 'password', 'notes'.


Update a password

PUT /my_passwords/ID.json

The request body must include the data for the password. Only the fields that are included are updated, the other fields are left unchanged:

{
  "name": "Changed name of the password",
  "tags": "tag1,tag2,tag3",
  ...
}

If successful, the response code is 204 No content and the response body is empty.

The following fields can be used when updating a password: 'name', 'tags' (list of comma separated strings), 'access_info', 'username', 'email', 'password', 'notes'. The 'name' field, if used, cannot be empty.


Delete a password

DELETE /my_passwords/ID.json

This deletes the password.

If successful, the response code is 204 No content and the response body is empty.


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