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Install the MultiApps Cloud Foundry CLI Plugin

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Install the MultiApps Cloud Foundry CLI Plugin
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Install the MultiApps Cloud Foundry CLI Plugin

06/14/2019

Download and install the Command Line Interface (CLI) plugin. This plugin allows you to deploy MTA achives from the command line.

You will learn

  • How to add the community repository to the Cloud Foundry CLI
  • How to install a Cloud Foundry CLI plugin
  • How to use the MTA (aka MultiApps) plugin


Step 1: Verify that the Cloud Foundry CLI is installed

Make sure you installed the Cloud Foundry CLI successfully:

cf --version

Now you should see the version of the CLI you are using.

You can go to this tutorial to install the Cloud Foundry CLI if necessary

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Step 2: Add the community repository

If you do not have the community repository in your CF CLI you can add it first by executing.

cf add-plugin-repo CF-Community https://plugins.cloudfoundry.org
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Step 3: Install the plugin

Install the plugin, using the following command:

cf install-plugin multiapps
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Step 4: Verify the installation of the plugin

List all Cloud Foundry CLI plugins to see whether the installation worked.

cf plugins

You should now see the following output:

listed plugins

This list shows you the all the new commands you added to the CLI. E.g. now you can run cf deploy and cf mta from the command line.

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Step 5: Inspect the deploy command options

Run the following command to inspect all options for the cf deploy command:

cf deploy --help
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