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nope, not in sonarqube

Did you get all endpoints at once with the API ? Is yes, you need to then get the id, and get it “solo” by just adding the id after a slash in the endpoints

/endpoints/{id]?api-version=xxx

here you go

{
“data”: {},
“id”: “xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”,
“name”: “SonarQube”,
“type”: “sonarqube”,
“url”: “http://10.10.0.40:9000”,
“createdBy”: {
“displayName”: “Atif Farrukh”,
“url”: “xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”,
“_links”: {
“avatar”: {
“href”: “xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”
}
},
“id”: “xxxxxxx”,
“uniqueName”: “xxxxxxxxxxxxx”,
“imageUrl”: “xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx”,
“descriptor”: “win.Uy0xLTUtMjEtNDEzNTA2ODk3Ny01ODc5MjQ0MDEtMjE4ODk1NjAyMS0xNjQ0”
},
“authorization”: {
“parameters”: {
“username”: null,
“password”: null
},
“scheme”: “UsernamePassword”
},
“isShared”: false,
“isReady”: true,
“owner”: “Library”
}

@mickaelcaro any update regarding this issue?

any update regarding this issue?