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Is there a simple way using REST to get a list of forests attached to MarkLogic Database

mikel
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mikel Published in 2018-02-14 04:38:40Z

Here is my REST call:

curl -s --anyauth -u admin:pass -X GET -i http://myhost:8002/manage/v2/databases/MyDB/properties

I'd like to get a list of forests from this instead of all the properties. Something like:

MyDB001
MyDB002
MyDB003
etc. 

Is this possible?

David Ennis
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David Ennis Reply to 2018-02-14 06:20:44Z

Lets start with the basics: Do not under-estimate the value of piointing your browser at the manage endpoint: http://yourdomain:8002/manage/v2. From here, you can navigate and explore. Plus, the data available from the properties views are valid XML and JSON configurations for you to possibly re-use later on such as fetching via Curl. You can get these by passing the format=[xml or json]

From there, lets look at the options:

Just want the names and IDs? Minimal information is available under the relations section.

http://yourdomain:8002/manage/v2/databases/yourdatabase

Want more info? Useful when you have a cluster and want the details of hosts/paths/etc

http://yourdomain:8002/manage/v2/databases/yourdatabase?view=forest-storage
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