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Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

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Hi, I'm having trouble filtering failover plans to ones linked to a specific tenant,

I've tried the following:

GET /api/cloud/cloudFailoverPlans?format=Entity&filter=TenantUid=="urn:veeam:CloudTenant:4333f8f4-2d47-4856-b5f1-74af0dcab3cd"

GET /api/cloud/cloudFailoverPlans?format=Entity&filter=TenantUid==4333f8f4-2d47-4856-b5f1-74af0dcab3cd

but it looks like no filtering is applied and all failover plans are returned.

Can anyone help me apply the filtering? Thanks

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Re: Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

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Hi Paul,

Does the same thing happen if you try to use filtering by a tenant name?

Thanks!

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Re: Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

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What happens, if you replace TenantUID with CloudTenantUID? Thanks!

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Re: Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

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Hi guys,

/api/cloud/CloudFailoverPlans?format=Entity&filter=TenantName=="SomeTenantName" didnt work either

neither did

api/cloud/CloudFailoverPlans?format=Entity&filter=CloudTenantUid==urn:veeam:CloudTenant:108531af-fa08-42ed-bd45-830afc49bd67

Just seems like no filtering is applied.

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Re: Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

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The correct name filter is 'CloudTenantName', not just 'TenantName'.

Can you try that?
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Re: Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

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Hi, so I managed to get filtering working if I use the /query endpoint instead of /cloud/cloudFailoverPlans

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/api/query?type=CloudFailoverPlan&filter=Name=="Internal Test"&format=entities
However the filtering only works on the basic properties such as the "Name" property but not the extra properties that are returned using "format=entities".

This means I can't filter failover plans by TenantUid or TenantName so not very useful. When I try and filter on these properties all the results are returned.

Is there a way to make the filtering work on the format=entities properties such as TenantUid or TenantName that I'm missing? Thanks

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Re: Filter failover plans to a tenant UID

Post by veremin » 1 person likes this post

In the already referenced documentation we document properties that you can use for querying CloudFailoverPlan, those properties include CloudTenantUid and CloudTenantName.

If you construct proper query request and still do not get anything queried, kindly, reach our support team for further assistance.

Thanks!

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