Adds host records for IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. All addresses must be valid addresses.
This method will add the record under a zone. In order to add records under templates, you must use Add Entity for Resource Records.
When adding a host record, the reverseRecord property, if not explicitly set in the properties string, is set to true and Address Manager creates a reverse record automatically. IPv4 addresses can be added in both workflow and non-workflow mode. IPv6 addresses can be added in non-workflow mode only. For more information on workflow mode, see Workflow Change Requests.
Returns the object ID for the new host resource record.
|viewId||The object ID for the parent view to which this record is being added.|
|absoluteName||The FQDN for the host record. If you are adding a record in a zone that is linked to a incremental Naming Policy, a single hash (#) sign must be added at the appropriate location in the FQDN. Depending on the policy order value, the location of the single hash (#) sign varies.|
|addresses||A list of comma-separated IP addresses (for example, 10.0.0.5,22.214.171.124).|
|ttl||The time-to-live value for the record. To ignore the ttl, set this value to -1.|
|properties||Adds object properties, including comments and user-defined fields.|