The for-each-resource-tag application process step lets you run processes for resources selected by tag. This step is only valid in an application process.
The for-each-resource-tag step is called For Each Tag in the HCL™ Launch web application.
for-each-resource-tag step "loop1" is -- define target resource tags; required, repeatable -- before 126.96.36.199, the tag must be specified by internal database ID tag "res-tag-a1" tag "res-tag-a2" -- maximum number of tags to target concurrently; optional -- default is 1 max-concurrent-tags 1 -- must contain an embedded 'start' block that works like the top-level version start is start "install-c1" end -- contains one or more embedded steps of any type except for other for-each steps install-component step "install-c1" is component "c1" process "deploy" without-status "Active" fail-fast true ignore-child-warnings true max-concurent-processes 43 -- on success/failure/complete reference steps inside the for-each -- 'finish' refers to the implied finish step inside the for-each on success finish end -- on success/failure/complete outside an embedded step reference steps in the top-level process on success start "next-step" end
|Name||A name for the iteration container.|
|Tags||A list of resource tags to use in the container. The subprocess runs once for each resource tag. You can order the resource tags by dragging and dropping them.|
|Max Concurrent Tags||The maximum number of tags for which to run the subprocess at a time. To run the subprocess on all of the tags at the same time, specify
start is start A start B end for-each-resource-tag step A is tag "res-tag-a1" tag "res-tag-a2" tag "res-tag-a3" max-concurrent-tags 10 start is start A1 end shell step A1 is "echo A1" on success finish end on complete finish end for-each-resource-tag step B is tag "res-tag-b1" max-concurrent-tags unlimited start is start B1 end shell step B1 is "echo B1" on success finish end on complete finish end
Parent topic: Application process steps