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Subnets not being reparented after removing a network container via the WAPI

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I'm remvoing a network container using the WAPI by calling its reference with the DELETE method and sending the argument "remove_submets=false". 

 

The network container is deleted but the subnets it contains are not reparented. 

 

Has anyone seen this before? Should the argument be placed in the query string or body when I make the call? I've tried both but still get the same result. 

 

-Brett

Re: Subnets not being reparented after removing a network container via the WAPI

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What do you mean by they aren't reparented?  Do they just disappear from the database?

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