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List the managed apps

Contributors dmp-netapp

You can use the following script to list the managed applications for your Astra account.

Note See Before you begin for an example of the required JSON input file.
#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Usage: python3 -i identity_file.json
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import argparse
import json
import requests
import urllib3
import sys

# Global variables
api_token = ""
account_id = ""

def get_managed_apps():
    ''' Get and print the list of managed apps '''

    # Global variables
    global api_token
    global account_id

    # Create an HTTP session
    sess1 = requests.Session()

    # Suppress SSL unsigned certificate warning

    # Create URL
    url1 = "" + account_id + "/k8s/v1/managedApps"

    # Headers and response output
    req_headers  = {}
    resp_headers = {}
    resp_data    = {}

    # Prepare the request headers
    req_headers['Authorization'] = "Bearer " + api_token
    req_headers['Content-Type'] = "application/astra-managedApp+json"
    req_headers['Accept'] = "application/astra-managedApp+json"

    # Make the REST call
        resp1 = sess1.request('get', url1, headers=req_headers, allow_redirects=True, verify=False)

    except requests.exceptions.ConnectionError:
        print("Connection failed")

    # Retrieve the output
    http_code = resp1.status_code
    resp_headers = resp1.headers

    # Print the list of managed apps
    if resp1.ok:
        resp_data = json.loads(resp1.text)
        items = resp_data['items']
        for i in items:
            print(" ")
            print("Name: " + i['name'])
            print("ID: " + i['id'])
            print("State: " + i['state'])
        print("Failed with HTTP status code: " + str(http_code))

    print(" ")

    # Close the session


def read_id_file(idf):
    ''' Read the identity file and save values '''

    # Global variables
    global api_token
    global account_id

    with open(idf) as f:
        data = json.load(f)

    api_token = data['api_token']
    account_id = data['account_id']


def main(args):
    ''' Main top level function '''

    # Global variables
    global api_token
    global account_id

    # Retrieve name of JSON input file
    identity_file = args.id_file

    # Get token and account

    # Issue REST call


def parseArgs():
        ''' Parse the CLI input parameters '''

        parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Astra REST API - List the managed apps',
                          add_help = True)
        parser.add_argument("-i", "--identity", action="store", dest="id_file", default=None,
                          help='(Req) Name of the identity input file', required=True)

        return parser.parse_args()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    ''' Begin here '''

    # Parse input parameters
    args = parseArgs()

    # Call main function