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Python CLI for managing template library.

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Before you begin using xopera-template-library tool you have to configure the endpoint and login with your account Examples:

$ xopera-template-library setup
$ xopera-template-library login --username "username1" --password "password1"

At any point the -h(help) flag is available to display proceeding options. Example:

$ xopera-template-library service-template -h
usage: xopera-template-library service-template [-h]
                                                {save,get,list,version} ...

positional arguments:
    save                Save a template to database.
    get                 Get a template from database.
    list                List templates from database.
    version             Version options for templates.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

Next you can use option list to display available templates. Use the flag --public_access to display all public service or entity templates or without the flag to display all templates that you own. Listing templates allows you to identify the ID of a certain template for future use and to view template information. Examples:

$ xopera-template-library service-template list

$ xopera-template-library entity-template list

$ xopera-template-library service-template list --public_access

$ xopera-template-library entity-template list --name AwsLambda
$ xopera-template-library entity-template version list --template_name AwsLambda

To download a template you have to provide the path to where you want the template to be saved, whenever a template has public access and one of the 3 possible idefitifers of the template: template_name, template_id or version_id. If you use template name or ID the client will print available versions and ask you to pick one.

$ xopera-template-library service-template get --template_name DemoBlueprintOpenFaaS --public_access --path example/

If the desired template doesn't exist yet you can create and upload your own. You can start by generating a basic file structure by running... The tool will ask you for your model name and type. Possible types are data_types, artifact_types, capability_types, requirement, relationship_types, interface_types, node_types, group, policy_types, csar, other. Examples:

$ xopera-template-library create-model
Model name:Test
Model type:artifact_types

After the basic files are generated you can edit them and upload your template to the library: Examples:

$ xopera-template-library entity-template save --name AwsLambda --path example/AwsLambdaFunction --public_access --version 0.0.1

Particle to upload structure

|-- Folder
       |-- files
           |-- create.yml
           |-- undeploy.yml
       |-- NodeType.tosca

It is recommended that the user generates empty files with

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