To list all available applications, use the following command:
amc application ls
amc application ls shows all applications. If you want to search for specific types of applications, e.g. only show a group of applications with a particular tag, you can use the
--filter flag to filter and group applications.
The filter flag accepts a key-value pair as input for the filter. The following attributes are valid keys:
||Supported instance type. See Instance types for a list of available instance types.|
||Comma-separated list of addons.|
||Application tag name (deprecated, use
||Comma-separated list of tags.|
||“true” or “false” indicating whether the application is published.|
||“true” or “false” indicating whether the application is changeable.|
||Application status, possible values: “error”, “unknown”, “initializing”, “ready”, “deleted”|
To list all applications with a tag called “game”:
amc application ls --filter tags=game
To apply multiple filters, pass multiple flags:
amc application ls --filter published=true --filter tags=game
This will query all published applications that have the tag “game”.
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