NamespaceManagementSupervisorServicesVersionsInfo

The Versions.Info structure contains detailed information about a Supervisor Service version.


Properties

boolean
trust_verified Required

If true, the Supervisor Service version is from trusted provider and the trust is verified.


content_type Required

The Versions.ContentType enumerated type defines the type of content that describes the format of Supervisor Service version definition.
VSPHERE_APPS_YAML : The Supervisor Service version definition is provided as inline YAML document that follows the vSphere application service format.
CUSTOM_YAML : The Supervisor Service version definition is provided as inline YAML document that doesn’t follow the vSphere application service format, just like any custom operator.

Possible values are: VSPHERE_APPS_YAMLCUSTOM_YAML


string
display_name Required

The human readable name of the Supervisor Service version.


state Required

The Versions.State enumerated type defines the state of a Supervisor Service version.
ACTIVATED : The is the default state of a Supervisor Service version upon creation. In this state, all operations on the version should work as normal.
DEACTIVATED : The is the deactivated state of a Supervisor Service version. In this state, certain operations on the version are disallowed, for example, the version cannot be created on the vSphere Supervisor clusters.

Possible values are: ACTIVATEDDEACTIVATED


string
content Optional

Inline content that contains base64 encoded service definition for the version.


string
description Optional

A human-readable description of the Supervisor Service version. If unset, no description is available for the Supervisor Service version.


string
EULA Optional

The End User License Agreement (EULA) associated with the Supervisor Service version. If unset, no EULA is available for the Supervisor Service version.

JSON Example

{
	"content_type": "VSPHERE_APPS_YAML",
	"display_name": "string",
	"state": "ACTIVATED",
	"trust_verified": false
}

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