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If you configure the deployment templates in ECE and find that you created instance configurations or deployment templates that you no longer need, you can use these steps to delete them through the RESTful API. Alternatively, you can also use the UI to delete these artifacts.
Before you beginedit
Deleting instance configurations or deployment templates does not affect existing deployments that got created from these artifacts, but you should still make sure that you no longer need these artifacts, as there is no undo function. You cannot delete system-owned instance configurations or deployment templates.
To remove an instance configuration:
List the available instance configurations to find out the ID for the instance configuration you want to delete:
curl -k -X POST -H "Authorization: ApiKey $ECE_API_KEY" https://$COORDINATOR_HOST:12443/api/v1/platform/configuration/instances
Delete the instance configuration using the ID:
curl -k -X DELETE -H "Authorization: ApiKey $ECE_API_KEY" https://$COORDINATOR_HOST:12443/api/v1/platform/configuration/instances/INSTANCE_CONFIGURATION_ID
The instance configuration ID as returned by the
To remove a deployment template through the RESTful API:
List the available deployment templates to find out the ID:
curl -k -X GET -H "Authorization: ApiKey $ECE_API_KEY" https://$COORDINATOR_HOST:12443/api/v1/platform/configuration/templates/deployments
Delete the deployment templates using the ID:
curl -k -X DELETE -H "Authorization: ApiKey $ECE_API_KEY" https://$COORDINATOR_HOST:12443/api/v1/platform/configuration/templates/deployments/DEPLOYMENT_TEMPLATE_ID
The deployment template ID as returned by the