D.31. tarantella object edit

Edits the attributes of an object in the organizational hierarchy.

Syntax

tarantella object edit { --name obj 
                       { --attribute [value] }...
                       } | --file file

Description

The following table shows the available options for this command.

Option

Description

--name

Specifies the name of the object you want to edit the attributes of.

{--attribute [value]}...

Specifies the attribute names you want to edit, and their new values. The valid attributes depend on the type of object. See the tarantella object new_object_type documentation for the appropriate list. For example, when editing attributes for an application object you can specify --displayusing to edit the Section C.2.127, “Window Type” attribute. If you omit value for an attribute, it is deleted from the object.

--file

Specifies a file containing a batch of commands to edit attributes.

Note

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

Examples

The following example changes the Section C.2.62, “Inherit Assigned Applications from Parent” attribute for the organizational unit Sales.

$ tarantella object edit \
--name "o=Example/ou=Sales" \
--inherit false