0 Replies Latest reply on May 11, 2016 7:11 AM by Sverker Abrahamsson

    How to test in cli if a list type value contains a certain value?

    Sverker Abrahamsson Newbie

      In a cli script I want to add a handler to the root-logger, if it doesn't already exist. The handlers attribute is of type LIST:

       

      [standalone@localhost:9990 root-logger=ROOT] ls -l

      ATTRIBUTE   VALUE              TYPE

      filter      undefined          OBJECT

      filter-spec undefined          STRING

      handlers    ["CONSOLE","FILE"] LIST

      level       INFO               STRING

      [standalone@localhost:9990 root-logger=ROOT] /subsystem=logging/root-logger=ROOT:read-attribute(name=handlers)

      {

          "outcome" => "success",

          "result" => [

              "CONSOLE",

              "FILE"

          ]

      }

       

      I want to add a LOGSTASH handler, tried various variants like e.g. this:

      if ( result.value != LOGSTASH-ASYNC ) of /subsystem=logging/root-logger=ROOT:read-attribute(name=handlers)

          /subsystem=logging/root-logger=ROOT:add-handler(name=LOGSTASH-ASYNC)

      end-if

       

      but no luck. So, my question is how can I test if handlers list already contains LOGSTASH-ASYNC?