Adding relationships requires nesting the relationship declarations within the object declarations. Using the "put" method means you are assigning the only attribute intended for that object. The following example shows how to add a Service Offering called "EastCoast" and use the "Subscriptions" relationship to associate that offering with the Customer 1 subscriber created previously. For example:
<icim> <object class="ServiceSubscriber" name="Cust 1" method="update"> <relationship name="Subscriptions" method="put"> <object class="ServiceOffering" name="EastCoast" /> </relationship> </object> </icim>
Map of imported Service Subscribers and Service Offering illustrates the new Service Offering, EastCoast and Services Subscriber, Customer 1 with a Subscriptions relationship.