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SDK for CRUD operations on recovery services vault backup policies

See original GitHub issue


I can see there are list operations for listing backup policies:

However I can’t find any way to get, create, update or delete a backup policy - do these exist? In the past you have suggested calling APIs directly with sendRequest, so I’m wondering if that’s an option here?

Also, are there SDK functions to attach backup policies to a VM?

Thanks, Mike.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:12 (6 by maintainers)

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MichaelBurgesscommented, Jan 15, 2018

+1 on suggestion by @amarzavery. I have finally managed to get this working thanks, but have to admit that it’s pretty opaque right now as to how to work with these backup APIs.

Thanks for your help so far.

amarzaverycommented, Jan 15, 2018

Though a specific format for container name is required protectedItems.CreateOrUpdate()

@DheerendraRathor - Thanks for confirming this. Unless I wouldn’t have bothered to talk to my colleagues in python CLI team and take a look at the test written by you over there, I would have never figured out what is it that one should do in this scenario. This is clearly not the ideal way. It would be great, if in the description for containerName in the swagger spec in the azure-rest-api-specs repo please provide

  • an example of a specific format
  • clear explanation that container refers to an Azure VM and that there is no REST API to create this artifact.

If this is documented correctly, it will be reflected in

  • the rest api documentation and
  • the sdk documentation on website.

/cc @salameer @johanste.

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