Template - addFilePart

Template - addFilePart

Description :

This command adds a file asset to an existing template.

The asset path should be the full path in NSH format. This command returns a handle to the updated template. Note that this handle is different from any previously returned handles. All other handles are invalid.

Return type : DBKey

Command Input :

Variable Name

Variable Type

Description

templateKey

DBKey

Handle to the existing template to which you want to add a file asset.

assetPath

String

NSH-style path to the asset.

bIncludeLightChecksum

Boolean

True to perform light checksum, false not to perform light checksum.

bIncludeChecksum

Boolean

True to perform full checksum, false not to perform light checksum.

bIncludeFileAcls

Boolean

True to collect file ACLs, false otherwise.

bCopyFiles

Boolean

True to copy the files into the BMC BladeLogic database, false otherwise.

bAuditFileSize

Boolean

True to compare file size in an audit, false otherwise.

bAuditFileCreatedDate

Boolean

True to compare file creation date in an audit, false otherwise. (Windows only)

bAuditFileModifiedDate

Boolean

True to compare file modification date in an audit, false otherwise.

bAuditFilePermissions

Boolean

True to compare file permissions in an audit, false otherwise. (UNIX only)

bAuditFileUidGid

Boolean

True to compare file UID/GID in an audit, false otherwise. (UNIX only)

Example

The following example shows you how to add a file asset to a template. You can add other asset types in a similar manner.

Script


# Name of the existing template. 

TEMPLATE_NAME="template1" 

# Template group in which template is stored. 

TEMPLATE_GROUP="/parent/group1" 

# Get the template DBKey using the above information. 

TEMPLATE_DBKEY=`blcli Template getDBKeyByGroupAndName $TEMPLATE_GROUP $TEMPLATE_NAME` 

# The path to the asset. The easiest way to first determine the asset path is to add a similar asset through the GUI. 

ASSET_PATH="/C/dir/file_asset.txt" 

# The following steps set the options for the file asset. 

# Setting a value to true is the same as checking one of the checkboxes in the options section of the component template dialog. 

# Order is important, and each option must be true or false. 

# snapshot/audit - Light Checksum 

OPTIONS="true" 

# snapshot/audit - Full Checksum 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} true" 

# snapshot - collect file ACL 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# snapshot/audit - backup files 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# audit - file size 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# audit - file creation date 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# audit - file modification date 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# audit - file permissions 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# audit - UID/GID 

OPTIONS="${OPTIONS} false" 

# Now add the asset to the template. 

TEMPLATE_DBKEY=`blcli Template addFilePart $TEMPLATE_DBKEY $ASSET_PATH $OPTIONS` 

# Use the returned DBKey to add more assets/lists to the template. 



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