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Cluster creation and adding Services through Apache Ambari Restful APIs

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I want to create Cluster and want to add services through Apache Ambari Restful APIs. I am unable to call POST,PUT and DELETE Web Services successfully.

I am using Resful APIs client to work and trying to use below URL with POST request but not working.

POST REQUEST

http://AmbariServerIP:8080/api/v1/clusters/c1 
posted Mar 19, 2014 by Satish Mishra

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What is the exact call that you are trying (with all the headers and parameters), and the response you are getting back from the server?

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