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ur list objects - lists objects matching specified params

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This document describes ur list objects version 0.29.


ur list objects --subject-class-name=? [--csv-delimiter=?] [--filter=?] [--noheaders] [--show=?] [--style=?]



=item subject-class-name  I<Text>





=item csv-delimiter  I<Text>

For the csv output style, specify the field delimiter

Default value ',' if not specified

=item filter  I<Text>

Filter results based on the parameters.  See below for how to.

=item noheaders  I<Boolean>

Do not include headers

Default value 'false' (--nonoheaders) if not specified

=item nonoheaders  I<Boolean>

Make noheaders 'false'

=item show  I<Text>

Specify which columns to show, in order.

=item style  I<Text>

Style of the list: text (default), csv, pretty, html, xml

Default value 'text' if not specified



  Listing Styles:
   text - table like
   csv - comma separated values
   pretty - objects listed singly with color enhancements
   html - html table
   xml - xml document using elements
   Create filter equations by combining filterable properties with operators and
   Combine and separate these 'equations' by commas.  
   Use single quotes (') to contain values with spaces: name='genome institute'
   Use percent signs (%) as wild cards in like (~).
   Use backslash or single quotes to escape characters which have special meaning
       to the shell such as < > and &
   =  (exactly equal to)
   ~  (like the value)
   :  (in the list of several values, slash "/" separated)
      (or between two values, dash "-" separated)
   >  (greater than)
   >= (greater than or equal to)
   <  (less than)
   <= (less than or equal to)
   lister-command --filter name=Bob --show id,name,address
   lister-command --filter name='something with space',employees>200,job~%manager
   lister-command --filter cost:20000-90000
   lister-command --filter answer:yes/maybe
  Filterable Properties: 
   Can't determine the list of filterable properties without a subject_class_name