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List of all applications in all apstacks

I’m looking to extract a list of all appstacks and the applications within. I know you can get all appstacks, all apps or all apps in one particular appstack through the API but it would be a bit tedious doing it the latter was since we have 271 appstacks.

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Does anyone know of any way of doing this, it seems to have been overlooked when vmware decided on what you can do through the RESTful API?

Edit: yep, spelled appstacks incorrectly in the title 🙁


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  1. Hi,

    With a quick look using Developer Tools in Chrome, the GET Request is:

    /cv_api/appstacks/{appstackid}/applications?id={appstackid}

    Response is a json object with the appliactions within the AppStack:

    {
    “applications”:[
    {
    “id”:1543,
    “name”:”Microsoft Silverlight”,
    “guid”:”{3a88e7d4-d0d8-4544-b975-a4a97fbdcc86}”,
    “icon”:”\Microsoft Silverlight.ico”,
    “img_icon”:null,
    “version”:”5.1.50918.0″,
    “publisher”:”Microsoft Corporation”,
    “created_at”:”2019-05-27 09:39:55 +0200″,
    “created_at_human”:”May 27 2019″
    },
    {
    “id”:1544,
    “name”:”Java 8 Update 202″,
    “guid”:”{3a88e7d4-d0d8-4544-b975-a4a97fbdcc86}”,
    “icon”:”\Java 8 Update 202.ico”,
    “img_icon”:null,
    “version”:”8.0.2020.8″,
    “publisher”:”Oracle Corporation”,
    “created_at”:”2019-05-27 09:39:55 +0200″,
    “created_at_human”:”May 27 2019″
    },
    {
    “id”:1545,
    “name”:”Java Auto Updater”,
    “guid”:”{3a88e7d4-d0d8-4544-b975-a4a97fbdcc86}”,
    “icon”:””,
    “img_icon”:null,
    “version”:”2.8.202.8″,
    “publisher”:”Oracle Corporation”,
    “created_at”:”2019-05-27 09:39:55 +0200″,
    “created_at_human”:”May 27 2019″
    }
    ]
    }

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