PCF Dev provides access to three marketplace services: Redis, Rabbit MQ, and My SQL.You can create instances of these services and bind them to your applications to generate and deliver credentials to the applications.Dear Zotero team and users, I need a little help with what is probably a bug.

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Example providing parameters in-line: Note: Instance tags require cf CLI v6.12.1 Some services provide a list of tags that Cloud Foundry delivers in the VCAP_SERVICES Environment Variable.

These tags provide developers with a more generic way for applications to parse You can change the name given to a service instance.

Not all services support binding, as some services deliver value to users directly without integration with an application.

Example: $ cf bind-service my-app my_mysql Binding service my_mysql to app my_app in org pcfdev-org / space pcfdev-space as admin...

I tried to reinstall the plugin for LO, but it didn't help.

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In either case, users can expect to see a meaningful error when plan update is not supported.

Example: Note: Arbitrary parameters require cf CLI v6.12.1 Some services support additional configuration parameters with the update request.

Example: Note: Changing a plan requires cf CLI v6.7 and cf-release v192 By updating the service plan for an instance, users can effectively upgrade and downgrade their service instance to other service plans.

Though the platform and CLI support this feature, services must expressly implement support for it, and not all services do.

OK TIP: Use 'cf restage my_app' to ensure your env variable changes take effect $ cf restage my-app Note: You must restart or in some cases re-push your application for changes to be applied to the VCAP_SERVICES environment variable and for the application to recognize these changes.