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

 

Updating 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

Updating 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 URL https://<STRATOS_HOST>:<STRATOS_HTTPS_PORT>/api/ applicationPolicies /<APPLICATION_POLICY_ID>

Updating an application policy via the Private PaaS Console

Updating an application policy via the UI editor

Follow the instructions below to view the details of an application policy:

  1. Click Configurations on the home page.
  2. Click Application Policies.
  3. Hover your mouse pointer over the application policy that you wish to update for the Edit button to appear and click Edit.
  4. Update the application policy definition as required. For property definitions, see the Application Policy Resource Definition.
  5. Click SAVE APPLICATION POLICY DEFINITION.

Updating an application policy via the JSON editor

Follow the instructions below to view the details of an application policy:

  1. Click Configurations on the home page.
  2. Click Application Policies. The Application Policy Definitions page will appear.
  3. Hover your mouse pointer over the application policy that you wish to update for the Edit button to appear and click Edit.
  4. Click on the editor control to switch to the JSON editor.
  5. Optionally, check the Auto correct with schema option to ensure that you do not accidentally delete any mandatory fields from the application policy definition JSON code.
     
  6. Update the application policy definition as required For property definitions, see the Application Policy Resource Definition.
  7. Click SAVE APPLICATION POLICY DEFINITION.

 


 

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

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