The REST API server supports JSON input/output format.
As a general rule, if objects have an ObjectID associated with them, and they are to be used as input parameters, either the ID or the ObjectID will be accepted as the parameter. For example, any functions that require a virtualServerId parameter should accept a value of "1" or "313a3a3a3a3a3a303a3a3a4f49445f24232140255f56", as they represent the same object within the NAS system.
curl -k -H "X-Api-Key: zrxvSDAv9x.RIP4gkmKarG3beF.or.4Tc2im7oeqYN88C9XPGHxbXC" https://172.17.11.11:8444/v7/storage/object-replications/last-report?objectReplicationPolicyId=ca2e73f2-d5d7-11d3-9cff-49e1bb864b23
This approach is only appropriate for simple input parameters, and should not be used for parameters that contain spaces, or other characters that need to be encoded or escaped within a URL, as they may produce unexpected results