Getting, Adding, Deleting, and Updating Objects - BlueCat Address Manager - 9.0.0

Address Manager API Guide

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BlueCat Address Manager

  • Use the get(), add(), delete(), and update() methods to manipulate Address Manager entities. This example shows the addition of a new configuration with a shared network:
    # Add a new configuration with a shared network
    my $configuration = APIEntity->new( "id" => 0,
                 "name" => "Test Configuration",
                 "type" => ObjectTypes::Configuration,
                 "properties" =>              ObjectProperties::sharedNetwork."=".$existingSharedNetwork1->
                 get_id()."|" );
    my $configurationId = $service->addEntity( SOAP::Data->type( 'long' )->
                 name( 'parentId' )->
                 value( 0 )->
                 attr({xmlns => ''}),
    SOAP::Data->type( 'APIEntity' )->name( 'entity' )->
                 value( $configuration )->
                 attr({xmlns => ''}) )->
    print "New Configuration id = ".$configurationId.->get_id()."\n";
  • Use the getUserDefinedFields() method to find the user-defined fields with their settings and values in Address Manager. For example:
    my @udfs= $service->getUserDefinedFields( SOAP::Data->type( 'string' )->name( 'type' )->value( ObjectTypes::Device )->attr({xmlns => ''}),
    SOAP::Data->type( 'boolean' )->name( 'requiredFieldsOnly' )->value( 'false' )
    ->attr({xmlns => ''}) )
    print"number of fields=".@udfs."\n";
    for my $eachUDF ( @udfs )
    my $udf = BAMConnection->blessAPIUserDefinedField( "object" => $eachUDF );
    print $udf->get_name()."\n";
    print "Name=".$udf->get_name()."\n";
    print "DisplayName=".$udf->get_displayName()."\n";
    print "Type=".$udf->get_type()."\n";
    print "defaultValue=".$udf->get_defaultValue()."\n";
    print "Validator Properties=".$udf->get_validatorProperties()."\n";
    print "PredefinedValues=".$udf->get_predefinedValues()."\n";
    print "Required=".$udf->get_required()."\n";
    print "Hide from search=".$udf->get_hideFromSearch()."\n";
    print "Radio=".$udf->get_renderAsRadioButton()."\n";

For almost all object types, the add() and most get() methods require parentID, which is the ID of the parent object. The following objects can take 0 (zero) as the parentID: Configuration, TagGroup, User, UserGroup, and Authenticator.