Resource Records - BlueCat Address Manager - 8.2.0

Address Manager API Guide

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BlueCat Address Manager
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8.2.0

Object Type Properties Read-only/Updatable
Host Record

ttl=time-to-live value

Both

absolutName=the FQDN for the host record

Read-only

addresses=a list of comma-separated IP addresses (For example: 10.0.0.5,130.4.5.2)

Both

reverseRecord

Both

Alias Record ttl=time-to-live value Both
absolutName=the FQDN for the host record Read-only
linkedRecordName=the name of the record to which this alias will link. Both
External Host addresses=a list of comma-separated IP addresses.
Note: The External Host Record API entity returns the addresses property only when it is linked with an IP address. If there is no linked IP address, it will return null.
Read-only
Generic Record ttl = time-to-live value Both
absolutName = the FQDN for the host record Read-only
type = Resource record type (For example: A/AAAA/PTR/SRV/MX) Read-only
rdata = Resource record data (comma-separated values as per the record type) Both
Host Info Record ttl = time-to-live value Both
absolutName = the FQDN for the host record Read-only
os = a string providing operation system information Both
cpu = a string providing central processing unit information Both
Mail Exchanger Record ttl = time-to-live value Both
absolutName = the FQDN for the host record Read-only
linkedRecordName = the FQDN of the host record to which this MX record is linked Both
priority = specifies which mail server to send clients to first when multiple matching MX records are present. Multiple MX records with equal priority values are referred to in a round-robin fashion. Both
Naming Authority Pointer ttl = time-to-live value Both
absolutName = the FQDN for the host record Read-only
order = specifies the order in which NAPTR records are read, if several records are present and are possible matches. The lower order value takes precedence. Both
preference = specifies the order in which NAPTR records are read if the order values are the same in multiple records. The lower preference value takes precedence. Both
service = specifies the service used for the NAPTR record Both
regexp = a regular expression, enclosed in double quotation marks, used to transform the client data. If a regular expression is not specified, a domain name must be specified in the replacement parameter. Both
replacement = specifies a domain name as an alternative to the regexp. This parameter replaces client data with a domain name Both
flags = an optional parameter used to set flag values for the record. Both
Service Record ttl = time-to-live value Both
absolutName = the FQDN for the host record Read-only
linkedRecordName = the FQDN of the host record to which this service record is linked. Both
port = the TCP/UDP port on which the service is available. Both
priority = specifies which SRV record to use when multiple matching SRV records are present. The record with the lowest value takes precedence Both
weight = if two matching SRV records within a zone have equal priority, the weight value is checked. If the weight value for one object is higher than the other, the record with the highest weight has its resource records returned first. Both
Text Record ttl = time-to-live value Both
absolutName = the FQDN for the host record Read-only
txt Both
Start of Authority Records ttl = time-to-live value Both