You can call this operation to delete an application from a Container Service for Kubernetes cluster.

Debugging

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Request headers

This operation only uses common request headers. For more information, see the Common request parameters topic.

Request syntax

DELETE /pop/v5/k8s/acs/k8s_apps HTTPS|HTTP

Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description
AppId String Yes dbac7e3c-****-49bc-b6de-ffc550018b45

The ID of the application that you want to delete. You can call the ListApplication operation to query the application ID.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
RequestId String a5281053-08e4-47a5-b2ab-5c0323de7b5a

The ID of the request.

Code Integer 200

The returned code.

Message String success

The returned message.

ChangeOrderId String 0a34531a-****-49dc-8e7f-0cbbbfa12cf0

The ID of the change process for this operation. If any instance where the application is deployed is running or any Server Load Balancer (SLB) instance is bound to the application, calling this operation generates a change process ID and deletes the application. You can call the GetChangeOrderInfo operation to query the progress of this operation. Based on the returned code, you can determine whether the deletion is successful.

Examples

Sample requests

DELETE /pop/v5/k8s/acs/k8s_apps HTTP/1.1
Common request headers
{
  "AppId": "dbac7e3c-****-49bc-b6de-ffc550018b45"
}

Sample success responses

JSON format

{
    "Message": "success",
    "ChangeOrderId": "0a34531a-****-49dc-8e7f-0cbbbfa12cf0",
    "Code": 200
}

XML format

<Message>success</Message>
<ChangeOrderId>0a34531a-****-49dc-8e7f-0cbbbfa12cf0</ChangeOrderId>
<Code>200</Code>

Error codes

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