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    Delete registrations in SCC via command line?

    Hello,

    we would like to list and delete registrations - e.g. registered SLES servers - in SCC via command line from a local system. I thought it might be possible by using SMT. So I installed SMT, linked it to SCC with our mirror credentials and performed an smt-scc-sync. However, smt-list-registrations still lists no registrations. Trying to delete a registration from SCC by using smt-delete-registration fails because the registration cannot be found locally (on SMT).

    Is SMT supposed to see and be able to manage registrations which are only in SCC? If yes, did I do something wrong?

    Is there any other good way to delete hundereds of registrations from SCC via command line or script?

    Best regards

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    Re: Delete registrations in SCC via command line?

    On 10/08/18 15:04, lorenzgoebel wrote:

    > we would like to list and delete registrations - e.g. registered SLES
    > servers - in SCC via command line from a local system. I thought it
    > might be possible by using SMT. So I installed SMT, linked it to SCC
    > with our mirror credentials and performed an smt-scc-sync. However,
    > smt-list-registrations still lists no registrations. Trying to delete a
    > registration from SCC by using smt-delete-registration fails because the
    > registration cannot be found locally (on SMT).


    The SMT commands related to registration deal with systems registered to
    the SMT server not to SCC in general.

    > Is SMT supposed to see and be able to manage registrations which are
    > only in SCC? If yes, did I do something wrong?


    So if you have a system registered to your local SMT server it should
    show up via smt-list-registrations.

    > Is there any other good way to delete hundereds of registrations from
    > SCC via command line or script?


    There is an API available - please see
    https://github.com/SUSE/connect/blob...mplemented).md
    .. I think you should be able to use 'destroy system' -
    https://github.com/SUSE/connect/blob...f-organization


    HTH.
    --
    Simon
    SUSE Knowledge Partner

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