Updating remote server
Examples of server configuration: Using nsupdate without authentication is discouraged.
server 192.0.2.222 ; IPA DNS records update delete _kerberos-master._tcp. Details about GSS-API is out of scope of this document, for simplification we will assume Kerberos V5 as used technology for GSS-API ("kerberized" DNS servers are usually the most used).
The Kendo UI Data Source component fully supports the CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Destroy) data operations.
However, it must be combined with some user interface or another Kendo UI widget such as the Grid, List View, etc.
CRUD operations with remote data rely on server code to perform the read, update, create and destroy actions.
When a Kendo UI Data Source instance must be bound to local data without the need to support editing, it is sufficient to use the The information in this section is applicable to scenarios, in which the data should be retrieved from and submitted to a remote data service via HTTP requests made by the Kendo UI Data Source.
[[email protected] ~]$ ipa dns-update-system-records --dry-run IPA DNS records: _kerberos-master._tcp.
[[email protected] ~]$ cat ipa-records.nsupdate ; IPA DNS records update delete _kerberos-master._tcp.
For detailed information on the Data Source , refer to the Data Source API documentation.
The information in this section is applicable to scenarios, in which the data is already available on the client, or when it is you that is going to take care of its retrieval and submission.