hammer sync-plan-create and repository-set should use labels
Cloned from https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1179356
I'm creating sync plans and repositories assignments among other things automatically via hammer tool.
$ hammer sync-plan create --interval=daily --name='Daily sync' --organization=$ORG
When I want to assign the sync plan to a product I need to list all sync plans, get an id and then assign the sync plan to product via the id because referencing of sync plan by name fails:
$ hammer product set-sync-plan --sync-plan='Daily sync' --organization=$ORG --name='Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server'
Could not assign synchronization plan.:
Error: option '--sync_plan_id' is required
The solution is to add --label option that will assign a tag to a sync plan or repository so that there is no ambiguity in sync plan/repo specification.
Needing to manually parse IDs is just a design flaw as there is no reason to even have --sync-plan, etc. options when they are ambiguous.
#4 Updated by John Mitsch 9 months ago
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