Remove alerts


This action allows to delete alerts from the catalog. The internal alerts can only be deleted using the Catalog’s token or through the Catalog console. The external alerts can only be removed using the entity’s owner token.



entity_id can be also an Application or a Provider too.

Format json
Permission Writing
Return No output data

Note that this action can be invoked using two HTTP methods: PUT and DELETE.

  • DELETE will be used if we want to delete all of our alerts. It cannot contain any body content.
  • PUT will be used when we want to delete a group of alerts. We should add the parameter method with delete value to the request . In this case, the alerts to delete should be specified in the body message.


The structure of input message if we want to delete a group is:

Key Description Optional
alertsIds Array of the alerts identifiers to delete Yes

Each element of the list corresponds to an identifier to an alert to delete.

Response data

This action does not return additional data beyond the HTTP status code.


Request to delete all alerts

If the entity rec wants to delete all its alerts, the request will be:

DELETE http://<>/catalog/alert/rec

This action will delete all the external alerts belonging to entity rec. Be careful, if this request is done using the catalog token, it will remove all the internal alerts!.

Request to delete a set of alerts

If the entity rec only wants to delete a set of alerts, the request will be:

PUT http://<>/catalog/alert/rec?method=delete

and in the body message: