Here is the JSON for an Object:

The structure of this object:

  • BootPolicy
    • BootPolicyConfiguration
      • Boot device order

When I’m trying to add the first boot device order object, following command should be run:

This command will pass the PropertyMap as hastable:

  • Access
  • LunId
  • Order

But when I’m running the second boot device order object, if I still running the similar command based on the previous one:

It will trough the error message as

Looks like the “Access” is a read-only property that cannot be set for this object, looks like they are not set in standard by Cisco PowerShell API Developer.

We need to find a way to detect when we need this property and when we don’t.

 

By using decompiler ILSpy to check the DLL file (Cisco.UcsCentral.dll), find the class called LsbootVirtualMedia, we can see:

But with LsBootStorage

In PowerShell, we can use following method to check this property is writable or not:

We need a more dynamic way as different object has different properties but in the same collection as a part of the Configuration.

So we need do this:

Then we can call following to find the property value we need:

 

So good luck to my long journey for UCS Automation…

 

River