[Openstack] [designate] Create a domain not associated to a tenant

Endre Karlson endre.karlson at gmail.com
Fri Nov 13 10:52:23 UTC 2015

Actually this is not possible at the given time because one of the
middlewares will enforce that you have a Project ID specified in the
request. There was a bug earlier on where this was enforced..

What's the usecase of not having it bound to a tenant?


2015-11-13 11:28 GMT+01:00 Jaime Fernández <jjjaime at gmail.com>:

> I would like to create a domain with designateclient (
> https://github.com/openstack/python-designateclient):
> *designate domain-create --name 172.in-addr.arpa. --email dns at xxx.es
> <dns at xxx.es>*
> However, any domain created is associated to a tenant and I don't want
> such an association because I want this domain to be valid to any tenant.
> With the REST API, you could use the *X-Auth-Sudo-Tenant-ID* header to
> assign a domain to a tenant. If the header was not present, it was not
> assigned to a tenant.
> Is there any option to use designateclient but forcing that it's created
> with no tenant?
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