model.host

model.host(node)

Returns the Host node corresponding to the given node. The given node can be any directly discovered data node, or a Software Instance or Business Application Instance. If more than one Host is related to the given node (for example a Business Application Instance spread across multiple Hosts), an arbitrary one of the Hosts is returned.

Name clash

The model.host function, with a lower-case "h" has an unfortunate clash with model.Host with an upper-case "H", which creates or updates an existing Host node. Be sure to use model.host with correct capitalisation. Since patterns are not normally responsible for maintaining Host nodes, the system issues a warning if model.Host is used.

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