Question9Replies4434Views AdrianPrW Member since 2016 57 posts KBRU Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 8 months ago Closed Solved Create a new operator ID through PEGA API Web ServiceCan I create a new operator ID through PEGA API Web Service? ***Moderator Edit:Vidyaranjan | Updated Categories*** Data Integration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoSantanu PEGA replied to AdrianPrWHi I found a good post which is relevant to what you are looking for. Check the post here , especially the 3 rd and 4th Comment Posted: 3 years agoAdrianPrW KBRU replied to SantanuI have used it. but I couldn't hit the service. Can you tell me how to hit the service? Posted: 3 years agorawap PEGA replied to AdrianPrWAs Santanu mentioned there is an internal/final activity (CreateOperator) to achieve this which can be exposed as API and service. But a better way would be to create a model operator and write a activity to copy that model operator. This way you will avoid passing multiple parameters to service (Org, Div, Unit, AccessGroup, etc..) since most of the information will be same across new operators. Let us know if this helps. Posted: 3 years agoAdrianPrW KBRU replied to rawapI have create the service with CreateOperator, when i run it, it was succesfully created operator ID. but when I hit with curl PHP it seems didn't work. How can I fix this? Posted: 3 years agoHabeebBaig PEGA replied to AdrianPrWWhat is PHP doing here? Posted: 3 years agoAdrianPrW KBRU replied to HabeebBaigcurl PHP used to store parameter to pega from another framework. Posted: 3 years agoAdrianPrW KBRU replied to AdrianPrWI have already solved it. Thank you for your attention. Posted: 3 years agoLochan_DV MOD replied to AdrianPrWHi Adrian, Please consider sharing the resolution here, for the benifit of the other community members who have the same question. Regards, Lochan | Community Moderator | Pegasystems Inc. Accepted Solution Posted: 3 years agoAdrianPrW KBRU replied to Lochan_DVHi, I have used HTTP Service to Create and OperatorID , below the file image to create HTTP Service. these are the step to create Service HTTP: 1. Click +Create>Integration-Service>Service HTTP, 2. Input Label, identifier, customer package name, class name and then create and open, 3. Input Primary page class to Data-Admin-Operator-ID, 4. Select Activity CreateOperator, to create new operator , input request and response message. and then save it.