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Removal of old REST APIs in mid-February



As mentioned in the mail below, with the next release of OpenShift Online (due out in mid-February) we will remove the old broker REST APIs listed below.

POST  /cartridge
POST  /embed_cartridge
POST  /domain
POST  /userinfo
POST  /cartlist
POST  /ssh_keys

Clients should be using the new versioned / supported REST API exposed at /broker/rest/api. You can also refer to the REST API documentation available here - https://access.redhat.com/knowledge/docs/OpenShift/

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.


Thanks,
Abhishek Gupta


From: "Clayton Coleman" <ccoleman redhat com>
To: users lists openshift redhat com, dev lists openshift redhat com
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 10:57:53 AM
Subject: Removal of old CLI commands in mid-February

As we announced earlier, starting with RHC version 1.5 (due out in mid-February) we will remove all of the remaining rhc-* commands listed below:

   rhc-app
   rhc-chk (integrated into rhc setup)
   rhc-create-app
   rhc-create-domain
   rhc-ctl-app
   rhc-ctl-domain
   rhc-domain
   rhc-domain-info
   rhc-port-forward
   rhc-snapshot
   rhc-sshkey
   rhc-tail-files
   rhc-user-info (replaced by rhc account)

We will preserve the remaining deprecated commands noted below for at least another few sprints.

Along with the removal of these commands, the legacy broker API will no longer be available from the OpenShift Online service.  Clients should be using the new versioned/supported REST API exposed at /broker/rest/api.  

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

Thanks!

----- Original Message -----
> Beginning with version 1.0.4 of the RHC gem (now available), we've
> made a lot of new command line shortcuts and changes to optimize the
> experience for users.  As part of that change, we're also
> deprecating and scheduling the removal of the old RHC command
> prefixes (anything that is rhc-*) for the end of January.
>
> New syntax!
>
>   rhc app create <name> <cartridge>
>
>     Every application needs both a name and a cartridge - we hope
>     that this new format helps to simplify the process of creating
>     new apps.  The namespace switch is optional if you have already
>     run 'rhc setup'.  You can still use the old syntax by specifying
>     -c and -a.
>
>   rhc cartridge add <cartridge> -a <app_name>
>
>     Slightly shortened the old syntax - other cartridge options are
>     available here as well.  At some point in the future we're going
>     to make '-a' optional, stay tuned
>
>   rhc cartridge list
>
>     Show all the cartridges available to embed
>
>   rhc app git-clone <app_name>
>
>     Git clone the application you've listed into a subdirectory of
>     the same name
>
>   rhc port-forward, rhc snapshot, rhc tail, rhc threaddump, and rhc
>   alias
>    
>     All of these commands were previously nested under 'app' and are
>     now available at the top level.
>
> Will be removed at end of January:
>
>   rhc-app
>   rhc-chk
>   rhc-create-app
>   rhc-create-domain
>   rhc-ctl-app
>   rhc-ctl-domain
>   rhc-domain
>   rhc-domain-info
>   rhc-port-forward
>   rhc-snapshot
>   rhc-sshkey
>   rhc-tail-files
>   rhc-user-info
>
>   rhc app cartridge *  (=> rhc cartridge *)
>   rhc app port-forward (=> rhc port-forward)
>   rhc app snapshot *   (=> rhc snapshot *)
>   rhc app tail         (=> rhc tail)
>   rhc app threaddump   (=> rhc threaddump)
>   rhc app alias        (=> rhc alias)
>
> If you have any questions please raise them here - we're working hard
> to ensure that all the command syntax is clear, easy to use, and as
> simple as possible to type.
>
> Clayton Coleman
>
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