D.29. tarantella object add_member

Adds objects to groups.

Syntax

tarantella object add_member { --name obj...
                               --member mobj...
                             } | --file file

Description

The following table shows the available options for this command.

Option

Description

--name

Specifies the names of group objects you want to add members for.

--member

Specifies the names of objects you want to add to the groups.

--file

Specifies a file containing a batch of commands to add group members.

Note

Make sure you quote any object names containing spaces, for example, "o=Example".

Examples

The following example adds the Write-o-Win application to the group Applications.

$ tarantella object add_member \
--name "o=applications/cn=Applications" \
--member "o=applications/cn=Write-o-Win"

The following example adds the three application server objects rome, brussels, and berlin to the group WinHosts. This group can be added to an application's Section C.2.60, “Hosting Application Servers Tab” to perform load balancing between the application servers. From the command line, use Section D.26, “tarantella object add_host”.

$ tarantella object add_member \
--name "o=appservers/cn=WinHosts" \
--member "o=appservers/ou=Sales/cn=rome" \
"o=appservers/cn=brussels" \
"o=appservers/ou=Marketing/cn=berlin"