Once you have created a sandbox you can update it with the CLI. Use the
updatecommand to make the sandbox clonable, change the sandbox name, or modify the request hostnames for the sandbox.
A request hostname is the hostname that the sandbox responds to when you enter it in your browser. For example, if you have a property configuration for www.example.com, you can create a sandbox based on that property but change the request hostname in your development environment to localhost or a series of other hostnames you want to use for testing.
Folllow these steps to make changes to your sandbox.
- Use this command:
The update command will execute against the currently active sandbox. Run the
sandbox showcommand to see details for the current sandbox. If you want to update a different sandbox, include
[sandbox-identifier]in the command line.
- Include the syntax for the modification you want to apply. Refer to the table for options.
Rule tree associated with the property.
Indicates whether sandbox can be replicated by other developers.
CP code for sandbox. Unique identifier used for billing and reporting.
Name of sandbox.
Comma-delimited list of request hostnames within the sandbox.
Path to JSON file that includes customizable sandbox templates.
Display usage information.
These code snippets are examples of options for updating a sandbox:
Update the rule tree within a sandbox. You can Use Property Manager to edit rules and quickly create JSON syntax for the logic you want to test. For this example, the rule tree is in a file called
akamai sandbox update --rules ~/<path-to-rules>/example.json
Update the request hostnames within a sandbox to a hostname you want to use in your development environment.
akamai sandbox update --requesthostnames localhost,dev.example.com
Update the sandbox to make it clonable.
akamai sandbox update --clonable true
Review the Sandbox CLI READ ME for a complete list of commands and usage.
Updated 10 months ago