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Mapping from WSDL operation names to NaElement names in the Core SDK

seafoodbuffet

Or this question might be written as "how do I figure out what are the valid Api's that I can call?"

 

I'm completely new with the NetApp API but I've read through the SDK documentation.

 

Here's a simple example, looking at the DFM WSDL, I see that there's an operation called DfmAbout. However, all of the SDK sample code (regardless of language) create the NaServer and pass it an NaElement named "dfm-about". Are all operations patterned like that? e.g. DatasetUpdateProtectionStatus would be datasetup-update-protection-status?

 

Other than reading the WSDL, is there a better/different way to get a list of all of the api names?

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seafoodbuffet

Well, it would seem that I've asnwered my own question. This http://mysupport.netapp.com/documentation/docweb/index.html?productID=62158&language=en-US takes you to SDK documentation for the manageability API which includes the API documentation itself. I think I expected that it woudl be part of the SDK.

 

Anyway, nothing to see, move along.

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seafoodbuffet

Well, it would seem that I've asnwered my own question. This http://mysupport.netapp.com/documentation/docweb/index.html?productID=62158&language=en-US takes you to SDK documentation for the manageability API which includes the API documentation itself. I think I expected that it woudl be part of the SDK.

 

Anyway, nothing to see, move along.

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