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rpccp_remove_mapping(1m) [hpux man page]

remove mapping(1m)														remove mapping(1m)

NAME
remove mapping - Removes specified elements from the local endpoint map SYNOPSIS
rpccp remove mapping -b string-binding -i interface-identifier [-o object-uuid] OPTIONS
Specifies a string representation of a binding over which the server can receive remote procedure calls. At least one binding is required. The value has the form of an RPC string binding, without an object UUID, for example: -b ncadg_ip_udp:63.0.2.17[5347] Note that depending on your system, string binding delimiters such as brackets ([ ]) may need to be preceded by an escape symbol () or placed within quotation marks (' ' or `` ''). Requirements vary from system to system, and you must conform to the usage rules of a system. Specifies an interface identifier to remove from the local endpoint map. An interface identifier is required. Only one interface can be removed in a single oper- ation. The interface identifier has the following form: interface-uuid,major-version.minor-version The UUID is a hexadecimal string and the version numbers are decimal strings, for example: -i ec1eeb60-5943-11c9-a309-08002b102989,1.1 Leading zeros in version numbers are ignored. Defines an object UUID that further determines the endpoint map elements that are removed (optional). Each remove mapping com- mand accepts up to 32 -o options. The UUID is a hexadecimal string, for example: -o 3c6b8f60-5945-11c9-a236-08002b102989 DESCRIPTION
The remove mapping command removes server address information from the local endpoint map. Each element in the local endpoint map logi- cally contains the following: Interface ID, consisting of an interface UUID and versions (major and minor) Binding information Object UUID (optional) Annotation (optional) This command requires one interface identifier (the -i option); at least one string binding (the -b option); and optionally, one or more object UUIDs (the -o option). Each instance of the command accepts from 1 to 32 -b options and from 0 to 32 -o options. The options work together to delimit the elements to be removed from the target endpoint map. The command removes any map element that contains the speci- fied interface identifier, a specified string binding, and a specified object UUID (if any). NOTE
This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command and may not be provided in future releases of DCE. EXAMPLES
The following command operates from the system prompt to remove a map element from the local endpoint map. The command removes only the map element that contains the specified interface identifier, server address (specified as a string binding), and object UUID. $ rpccp remove mapping > -i ec1eeb60-5943-11c9-a309-08002b102989,1.1 > -b ncadg_ip_udp:16.20.16.64[3424] > -o 30dbeea0-fb6c-11c9-8eea-08002b0f4528 $ RELATED INFORMATION
Commands: add mapping(1m), show mapping(1m), show server(1m) remove mapping(1m)

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remove element(1m)														remove element(1m)

NAME
remove element - Removes selected elements from a profile SYNOPSIS
rpccp remove element profile-entry-name {-d | -i if-id -m member | -a annotation} [-s syntax] OPTIONS
Removes the default profile element. With the -d option, the -a, -i, and -m options are ignored. Defines an interface identifier for the profile element to be removed for a member specified with the -m option. Only one interface and member pair can be removed in a single operation. If you supply multiple instances of the -i option, the command uses the final instance. The -i and -m options take precedence over the -a option. However, if the default profile element is specified (by the -d option), the -i and -m options are ignored. The interface identifier value has the following form: interface-uuid,major-version.minor-version The UUID is a hexadecimal string and the version numbers are decimal strings, for example: -i ec1eeb60-5943-11c9-a309-08002b102989,1.1 Leading zeros in version numbers are ignored. Defines a member name for the profile element to be removed. This option is required if the interface identifier is specified. Only one interface and member can be removed in a single operation. If you supply multiple instances of the -m option, the command uses the final instance. Removes all elements whose annotation fields match the specified annotation; in the presence of -d option or -i and -m options, the -a option is ignored. Note that the shell supports quotation marks around the annotation field of profile elements, which allows you to include internal spaces in an annotation; the control program does not. To specify or refer to annotations from within the control program, limit each annotation to an unbroken alphanumeric string; for example, CalendarGroup. To refer to annotations from the system prompt, do not incorporate quota- tion marks into any annotation. Indicates the name syntax of the entry name (optional). The only value for this option is the dce name syntax, which is the default name syntax. Until an alternative name syntax becomes available, specifying the -s option is unnecessary. ARGUMENTS
Indicates the name of the target profile. For an entry in the local cell, you can omit the cell name and specify only the cell-relative name. DESCRIPTION
The remove element command removes an element from a profile in the name service database. For a description of the fields in a profile element, see add entry(1m). The remove element command requires the entry name of the profile. The command also requires one of the following options: The default pro- file option takes precedence over the other two options. interface-id -m member-name An interface and member pair takes precedence over the -a option. The annotation option takes effect only if neither the -d or -i option is specified. Privilege Required You need read permission and write permission to the CDS object entry (the target profile entry). NOTE
This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command and may not be provided in future releases of DCE. EXAMPLES
The initial shell commands set up an environment variable Calendar_1_1, which represents the interface identifier of an RPC interface. The control program commands set up an environment variable for the interface identifier of the Calendar Version 1.1 RPC interface, run RPCCP, and remove an element from a profile, as follows: $ Calendar_1_1=ec1eeb60-5943-11c9-a309-08002b102989,1.1 $ export Calendar_1_1 $ rpccp rpccp> remove element -i Calendar_1_1 > -m /.:/LandS/anthro/Calendar_group > /.:/LandS/anthro/molly_o_profile RELATED INFORMATION
Commands: add element(1m), remove profile(1m), show profile(1m) remove element(1m)

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