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.
|-r, --rules||Rule tree associated with the property.|
|-c, --clonable||Indicates whether sandbox can be replicated by other developers.|
|-C, --cpcode||CP code for sandbox. Unique identifier used for billing and reporting.|
|-n, --name||Name of sandbox.|
|-H, --requesthostnames||Comma-delimited list of request hostnames within the sandbox.|
|--recipe||Path to JSON file that includes customizable sandbox templates.|
|-h, --help||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.
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