One Cloud Assembly property group might be included in many cloud templates, which affects how you need to manage property groups.
Modifying a property group
Changes to a Cloud Assembly property group affect every cloud template that uses it. In addition, when the changed version of the cloud template is released, those changes now affect Service Broker catalog users.
The property group list and property group editing pages show the number of cloud templates that include the property group. To see which cloud template would be affected by a change, click the number.
Before modifying a property group, make sure that the change is acceptable to everyone who is creating or updating deployments based on the cloud templates listed.
Deleting a property group
Deleting a property group would cause errors in every cloud template that uses it.
You cannot delete a property group until you manually remove it from all of the cloud templates in which it is included. To remove a property group from a cloud template, open the cloud template in the design canvas.
- Input property groups
Under the Inputs tab, select and remove the property group. Alternatively, use the code editor to delete the associated property group in the
inputssection of the code.
- Constant property groups
Use the code editor to delete the associated
propgroupentry or entries in the
resourcessection of the code.
You cannot delete a property group if it is included in a versioned cloud template. Versioned cloud templates are read-only.