The Commands window displays the available commands, in alphabetical order. You can access this window by selecting .
Note: Depending on your role and account privileges, this window might not be displayed.
A command is defined as an action taken as part of a workflow.
The Commands table lists the available commands.
You can customize the table display by using the filtering and sorting features available for each column, as well as by rearranging the column order.
- enables or disables filtering for the entire table. A red "x" appears over the icon if filtering is disabled.
- Double-clicking clears and resets the filtering selections.
- on each column header enables you to filter based on the content of the columns. Clicking in a column allows you to filter on a specific item from the drop-down list or on all available items.
- Clicking the column header toggles between ascending and descending order of sorting. You can identify the applied sort order by the sort arrows ( for ascending and for descending).
- To rearrange the location of columns, you can drag and drop columns to place them in any required order. However, you cannot hide or delete any of these columns.
- Clicking the Search filter text box allows you to search for specific content. In addition, you can search using supported operators for the applicable column type, Alphabetic or Numeric.
The Commands table contains the following columns:
- Indicates whether the command is user-created (no icon, empty cell), PS (), community (), user-locked (), or NetApp-certified ().
- Displays the name of the command.
- Displays the scheme associated with commands. A scheme represents the data model for a system. For example, a vc scheme contains data relevant to your virtual environment, such as virtual machines, hosts, and datastores.
- Entity Version
- Displays the version number of the object in major.minor.revision format—for example, 1.0.0.
- Displays the description of the command.
You can search for commands by entering the description in the Search filter text box.
- OS Compatibility
- Indicates whether the command is compatible with the host operating system.
- Last Updated On
- Displays the date and time when the command was last updated.
- Updated By
- Displays the user who updated the command.
- Locked By
- Displays the user who locked the command.
You can search for commands by entering the user name in the Search filter text box.
- Command Language
- Displays the programming language in which the command is written (Perl or PowerShell).
- Min. Software Versions
Specifies the minimum versions of the software that is required to execute the workflow. For example, the software can be clustered Data ONTAP 8.2.0 and vCenter 6.0. The versions are displayed as comma-separated values.
- Mandatory Parameters
- Displays the parameters selected as mandatory for the command.
The toolbar is located above the column header. You can use the icons in the toolbar to perform various actions. These actions can also be accessed from the right-click menu in the window.
- Opens the New Command Definition window, which enables you to create a command.
- Opens the Edit Command Definition window for the selected command, which enables you to edit the command. You can also double-click the command to open the Edit Command Definition window.
- Opens the Edit Command Definition <command_name> - copy window, which enables you to create a clone or copy of the selected command.
- Opens the Lock Command confirmation dialog box, which enables you to lock the selected command. This option is enabled only for the commands you have created.
- Opens the Unlock Command confirmation dialog box, which enables you to unlock the selected command. This option is enabled only for the commands locked by you. However, administrators can unlock commands locked by other users.
- Opens the Delete Command confirmation dialog box, which enables you to delete the selected user-created command.
Note: You cannot delete a WFA or PS command.
- Enables you to export the selected user-created command.
Note: You cannot export a WFA or PS command.
- Opens the Testing Command <CommandName> in <ScriptLanguage> dialog box, which enables you to test the selected command.
- (Add To Pack)
- Opens the Add To Pack Command dialog box, which enables you to add the command and its dependable entities to a pack, which is editable.
Note: The Add To Pack feature is enabled only for commands for which the certification is set to None.
- (Remove From Pack)
- Opens the Remove From Pack Command dialog box for the selected command, which enables you to delete or remove the command from the pack.
Note: The Remove From Pack feature is enabled only for commands for which the certification is set to None.