NamespacesNamespaceSelfServiceInfo

The NamespaceSelfService.Info structure contains detailed information about the namespace self service.


Properties

capability Required

The NamespaceSelfService.Capability enumerated type describes the self-service namespace capability of the cluster on which vSphere Namespaces enabled.
UNKNOWN : The initial value that represents the in-progress activity of determining the cluster’s self-service namespace capability.
SUPPORTED : The value that indicates the cluster supports self-service namespace capability. The expected transition UNKNOWN –> SUPPORTED
NOTSUPPORTED : The value that indicates the cluster doesn’t support the self-service namespace capability. The expected transition UNKNOWN –> NOTSUPPORTED

Possible values are: UNKNOWNSUPPORTEDNOTSUPPORTED


string
cluster Required

Identifier for the cluster to which namespace service is associated. When clients pass a value of this structure as a parameter, the field must be an identifier for the resource type: ClusterComputeResource. When operations return a value of this structure as a result, the field will be an identifier for the resource type: ClusterComputeResource.


messages Required

Current set of messages associated with the object.


status Required

The page describes the status of the namespace self-service on the cluster on which vSphere Namespaces enabled.
CONFIGURING : The configuration is being applied to the service.
RUNNING : The namespace self service is configured correctly. The expected transitions: 1. CONFIGURING –> RUNNING 2. RUNNING –> CONFIGURING. This transition occurs in the below scenarios: a. When different Dev Users/Groups are empowered with self-service namespace access. b. To reconcile the state of the cluster after the cluster upgrade.
REMOVING : The configuration is being removed and service is being deleted. The expected transitions: 1. CONFIGURING –> RUNNING –> REMOVING 2. CONFIGURING –> REMOVING
DEACTIVATED : The namespace self service is deactivated. This status also represents the initial status of the service before activation. The expected transitions after the service is activated: 1. CONFIGURING –> RUNNING –> REMOVING –> DEACTIVATED 2. CONFIGURING –> REMOVING –> DEACTIVATED
ERROR : Failed to apply the configuration to the namespace self-service or unable to deactivate the namespace self-service, user intervention needed. The expected transitions: 1. CONFIGURING –> ERROR 2. CONFIGURING –> RUNNING –> ERROR 3. CONFIGURING –> RUNNING –> REMOVING –> ERROR 4. CONFIGURING –> REMOVING –> ERROR The Info.messages field captures the relevant error messages explaining this ERROR status.

Possible values are: CONFIGURINGRUNNINGREMOVINGDEACTIVATEDERROR

JSON Example

{
	"capability": "UNKNOWN",
	"cluster": "string",
	"messages": [
		{
			"severity": "INFO"
		}
	],
	"status": "CONFIGURING"
}

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