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Setting up trial CF subaccount

I have been trying to fix another problem and decided to try to recreate my CF triil subaccount. I am now at the stage where I see no subaccounts for my pxxxxxtrial global account within the Frankfurt CF. When I try to create a new subaccount, I can't give it a name like trial, as it says it already exists.

How should I recreate my CF environment?

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2018 at 08:08 AM

    Hi Michael,

    I'm glad to see that your question was answered and you could create a new subaccount and space. Your new "problem" should be asked via a new question. Please take care of this next time. So to answer your question there is a command line tool what you can use for cloud foundry: https://help.sap.com/viewer/e275296cbb1e4d5886fa38a2a2c78c06/Cloud/en-US/8e525a3791d64f40a2578cd63f5995f9.html


    But in that case it is not needed. I don't think that the 0 mb and 0 routes are caused for that. I rather think that the entitlements are configured wrongly. I would suggest to open your global account then click on button "Entitlements". Most probably non of them are assign to your global account so I would suggest to click on the edit button and press the icon "+" in every cases. After your subaccount should have automatically memory and routes.


    Best regards,
    Szabolcs

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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2018 at 02:53 PM

    Hi Michael,

    When you creating a new subaccount you have to provide 2 parameters. First is the display name. You can write anything to here.

    The Subdomain has to be specific. I would suggest that use your P number with string trial like : P123456789trial

    Best regards,
    Szabolcs

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  • Posted on Jun 14, 2018 at 02:47 PM
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    Changing the entitlements worked perfectly! Thanks

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