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You can update an application policy using the CLI tool, REST API or the Private PaaS console (UI) as shown below:

 

Update an application policy via the CLI

Overview
CLI command
update-application-policy
DescriptionUpdate an application policy.
Command format
update-application-policy -p <JSON_FILE_PATH>

The path to the JSON file that defines the application policy needs to be defined as the  <JSON_FILE_PATH>  value.

Parameter definition
Short optionLong optionDescriptionRequiredExample value
-p
--resource-pathFolder path where the JSON file that defines the application policy is stored.yes
<PRIVATE_PAAS_CARTRIDGES>/wso2am/1.9.0/samples/
application-policies/mock/application-policy-1.json
Example

Update the application policy defined in the <PRIVATE_PAAS_CARTRIDGES>/wso2am/1.9.0/samples/application-policies/mock/application-policy-1.json file.

update-application-policy -p <PRIVATE_PAAS_CARTRIDGES>/wso2am/1.9.0/samples/cartridge-groups/wso2am-190/wso2am-190-group1.json
Sample output
Application policy updated successfully: [application-policy] application-policy-1

Update an application policy via the REST API

Overview
DescriptionUpdate an application policy definition.
Resource Path/applicationPolicies
HTTP MethodPUT
Request/Response Formatapplication/json
Command format
curl -X PUT -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d @'<JSON_PAYLOAD>' -k -v -u <USERNAME>:<PASSWORD> https://<PRIVATE_PAAS_HOST>:<PRIVATE_PAAS_HTTPS_PORT>/api/applicationPolicies
  • The path to the JSON file that defines the application policy needs to be defined as the <JSON_PAYLOAD> value.
  • By default, <USERNAME>:<PASSWORD> is admin:admin.
  • By default, <PRIVATE_PAAS_HOST> is localhost. However, if you are using a public IP, the respective IP address or domain needs to be specified.
  • By default, <PRIVATE_PAAS_HTTPS_PORT> has been set to 9443. However, if the port offset has been incremented by n, the default port value needs to be incremented by n.
Example

Update a cartridge group that has been defined in the <PRIVATE_PAAS_CARTRIDGES>/wso2am/1.9.0/samples/application-policies/mock/application-policy-1.json file.

cd <PRIVATE_PAAS_CARTRIDGES>/wso2am/1.9.0/samples
curl -X PUT -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d @'application-policies/mock/application-policy-1.json' -k -v -u admin:admin https://localhost:9443/api/applicationPolicies
Sample output
> PUT /api/applicationPolicies HTTP/1.1
> Host: localhost:9443
> Authorization: Basic YWRtaW46YWRtaW4=
> User-Agent: curl/7.43.0
> Accept: */*
> Content-Type: application/json
> Content-Length: 160
> 
< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
< Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2015 05:59:13 GMT
< Content-Type: application/json
< Transfer-Encoding: chunked
< Server: WSO2 Carbon Server
< 
{"status":"success","message":"Application policy updated successfully: [application-policy] application-policy-1"}

You will come across the following HTTP status codes while updating an application policy:

HTTP status code

200, 500

See the descriptions of the HTTP status codes here.

Location header URLhttps://<STRATOS_HOST>:<STRATOS_HTTPS_PORT>/api/applicationPolicies/<APPLICATION_POLICY_ID>

Update an application policy via the Private PaaS console

 


 

{
  "id": "application-policy-1",
  "algorithm": "one-after-another",
  "networkPartitions": [
    "network-partition-mock"
  ],
  "properties": [
    
  ]
}

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