Is it possible to create cloudshell shell without driver

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I wnat to build a quali cloudshell shell with driver. i.e. just a data model without python driver. Can I do that when working with shellfoundry?

Can anyone help me with this?


Jul 26, 2018 in DevOps & Agile by Atul
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Yes definitely, it is possible to create CloudShell without a driver irrespective of using ShellFoundry.

In order to remove the driver from being attached to the Model of the Shell, open shellconfig.xml file located under datamodel directory for editing.

Then remove Driver attribute from the ResourceTemplate XML node:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<ShellsConfiguration xmlns:xsd="" xmlns:xsi="" xmlns="">
    <ResourceTemplate Name="ShellWithoutDriver" Model="ShellWithoutDriver">
        <AutoLoad Enable="false">
            <Description>Description for autoload </Description>
            <Attribute Name="User" Value="" />
            <Attribute Name="Password" Value="" />

I hope it would help you resolve your query.

answered Jul 26, 2018 by Damon Salvatore
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