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web-ui plugin for 5.6 only on pool master?

web-ui plugin for 5.6 only on pool master?

web-ui plugin for 5.6 only on pool master?

Is it possible to have the xml for a Xencenter plugin query in such a way that the plugin only displays on the pool master? I have the following plugin for a web interface and would like it to only show on the master. I don't want to rely on tagging as the master role might change.

Thanks for any help!


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XenCenterPlugin xmlns="http://www.citrix.com/XenCenter/Plugins/schema" version="2" plugin_version="">
    <TabPage name="webui-tab" url="http://{$ip_address}:8080/test.html" search="a02d66e4-deb9-430e-ad60-7912cad1f723"/>
        <Search uuid="a02d66e4-deb9-430e-ad60-7912cad1f723" name="Overview" major_version="2" minor_version="0" show_expanded="yes">
                <Server />
            <StringListContainsQuery property="tags" contains="yes" query="test" />

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