ALTER APPLICATION PACKAGE

Modifies the properties of an existing application package in the Native Apps Framework.

See also:

CREATE APPLICATION PACKAGE, DROP APPLICATION PACKAGE, SHOW APPLICATION PACKAGES, SHOW VERSIONS, SHOW RELEASE DIRECTIVES

Syntax

ALTER APPLICATION PACKAGE [ IF EXISTS ] <name> SET
  [ DATA_RETENTION_TIME_IN_DAYS = <integer> ]
  [ MAX_DATA_EXTENSION_TIME_IN_DAYS = <integer> ]
  [ DEFAULT_DDL_COLLATION = '<collation_specification>' ]
  [ COMMENT = <string-literal> ]
  [ DISTRIBUTION = { INTERNAL | EXTERNAL } ]

ALTER APPLICATION PACKAGE [ IF EXISTS ] <name> UNSET
  [ DATA_RETENTION_TIME_IN_DAYS ]
  [ MAX_DATA_EXTENSION_TIME_IN_DAYS ]
  [ DEFAULT_DDL_COLLATION ]
  [ COMMENT ]
  [ DISTRIBUTION ]

ALTER APPLICATION <name> SET TAG <tag_name> = '<tag_value>' [ , <tag_name> = '<tag_value>' ... ]

ALTER APPLICATION <name> UNSET TAG <tag_name> [ , <tag_name> ... ]
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Parameters

name

Specifies the identifier for the application package to alter. If the identifier contains spaces, special characters, or mixed-case characters, the entire string must be enclosed in double quotes. Identifiers enclosed in double quotes are also case-sensitive.

SET

Specifies one (or more) properties to set for the application package (separated by blank spaces, commas, or new lines). For more details about the properties you can set, see CREATE APPLICATION.

TAG tag_name = 'tag_value' [ , tag_name = 'tag_value' , ... ]

Specifies the tag name and the tag string value.

The tag value is always a string, and the maximum number of characters for the tag value is 256.

For information about specifying tags in a statement, see Tag quotas for objects and columns.

UNSET

Specifies one (or more) properties and/or session parameters to unset for the application package, which resets them to the defaults.

For details about each property, refer to CREATE APPLICATION PACKAGE

TAG tag_name [ , tag_name ... ]

Removes the specified tag from the application package.

Usage notes

  • If you do not specify the values for the optional properties, the command uses the values specified in the application manifest file.

    If you specify values for the properties in the command and in the application manifest file, the values specified in the command take precedence.

  • If two versions are active (e.g. if the current version has not finished rolling out), adding a new version results in an error.

  • New versions are added with a default patch number of 0.

  • Regarding metadata:

    Attention

    Customers should ensure that no personal data (other than for a User object), sensitive data, export-controlled data, or other regulated data is entered as metadata when using the Snowflake service. For more information, see Metadata Fields in Snowflake.

Examples

ALTER APPLICATION PACKAGE hello_snowflake_package SET
  COMMENT = 'Altered the Hello Snowflake application.';
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| status                                    |
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| Statement executed successfully.          |
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