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Manipulating application groups from command line

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Hi all,

Does anybody know how to replace the contents of an application group from the command line please?

Our application groups change frequently so I would prefer to use command line over slow gui

The following command will add the listed applications to "myappgroup" but what I really want is to replace what is currently in the group with these new values.

set application-group "myappgroup" [ rtsp rtmpt bbc-iplayer rtmp livestation sky-player youtube ]

If there was a way of removing all applications from the application group then I could run this first - but I can't find a way of doing this. Smiley Sad

I can't delete the application group and recreate it as it is referenced in my policy.

Any help would be appreciated!

Many thanks,

Dave

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show application-group <group-name>

will show all the applications inside of square brackets.

you should be able to use the delete command to specify multiple applications at a time. I would suggest

delete application-group <group-name> <cut-and-paste-list-of-applications-from-the-show-command>

-Benjamin

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L6 Presenter

This is easy to do:

delete application-group <group-name> <application-name>

verify with the show command

show application-group <group-name>

then commit your changes.

-Benjamin

Thanks Benjamin,

The command you specified will remove a specific application from an application group, but what I was hoping to do was remove all applications from an application-group without having to specify each application invididually.

Sort of like:  delete application-group <group-name> all

...but that doesn't work.

Do you know if there a wildcard that can be used in these commands please or another way of achieving this?

Thanks,

Dave

show application-group <group-name>

will show all the applications inside of square brackets.

you should be able to use the delete command to specify multiple applications at a time. I would suggest

delete application-group <group-name> <cut-and-paste-list-of-applications-from-the-show-command>

-Benjamin

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