also use new xxx/yyy/zzz example customers in README

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Michael Hoennig 2022-08-25 11:06:24 +02:00
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-H 'current-user: mike@hostsharing.net' \
http://localhost:8080/api/customers
# the following command should return a JSON array with just all packages visible for the admin of the customer aab:
# the following command should return a JSON array with just all packages visible for the admin of the customer yyy:
curl \
-H 'current-user: mike@hostsharing.net' -H 'assumed-roles: customer#aab.admin' \
-H 'current-user: mike@hostsharing.net' -H 'assumed-roles: customer#yyy.admin' \
http://localhost:8080/api/packages
# add a new customer
curl \
-H 'current-user: mike@hostsharing.net' -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-d '{ "prefix":"baa", "reference":80001, "adminUserName":"admin@baa.example.com" }' \
-d '{ "prefix":"ttt", "reference":80001, "adminUserName":"admin@ttt.example.com" }' \
-X POST http://localhost:8080/api/customers
If you wonder who 'mike@hostsharing.net' and 'sven@hostsharing.net' are and where the data comes from:
Mike and Sven are just example Hostsharing hostmaster accounts as part of the example data which is automatically inserted in Testcontainers and Development environments.
Also try for example 'admin@aaa.example.com' or 'unknown@example.org'.
Also try for example 'admin@xxx.example.com' or 'unknown@example.org'.
If you want a formatted JSON output, you can pipe the result to `jq` or similar.