This are codes for creating MO in APIC through Python API
All the codes are in object oriented style.
Each of them does a small configuration on APIC – to create a MO. For example, createTenant.py would create a tenant.
Programmer can simply write their customized script by inheriting the class createMo in “createMo.py”.
createMo.py: the basic class/module. It also contains useful functions that help programmers for writing their customized scripts.
The others are generic scripts. Each of them does a small configuration. For example, createContract.py would create a contract.
All the codes support three different input methods: wizard, yaml and cli.
1. wizard: configure a mo by following a wizard. Usage: <br>python createFilter.py wizard <br>To get the help info: python createFilter.py wizard –h
2. yaml: configure a mo with a config file (yaml format). Usage: <br>python createFilter.py yaml createFilter.yaml <br>To get the help info: python createFilter.py yaml –h
3. cli: configure a mo based on you python arguments. It contains key arguments and optional arguments. Flags are used in order to call the optional arguments. Usage: <br>python createFilter.py cli <ip-address> <user-name> <password> <tenant> <filter> [–e ip –i tcp] <br>To get the help info: python createFilter.py cli –h
#Delete a mo:
Using -d flag. Example if you want to delete a filter, you can call createFilter.py with a -d flag. The delete method is supported in all three input methods. For example:
<br>python createFilter -d yaml <br>python createFilter -d wizard <br>python createFilter -d cli <ip-address> <user-name> <password> <tenant> <filter>
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