I think you need to specify 'recursive': true like in this[0] example.

[0]
https://docs.pulpproject.org/dev-guide/integration/rest-api/content/associate.html?highlight=recursive

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 10:45 AM, Ventrapragada, Anand <
anand.ventraprag...@point72.com> wrote:

> Hello Pulp dev team-
>
>
>
> I got into situation where, I’m unable to download the errata packages
>
> pulp-admin rpm repo content errata --match Type=security
> --repo-id=rhel-7-server-rpms --fields=id,type,severity,pkglist
> --filters='{"issued": {"$gte": "2017-01-01"},"type": "security"}'
>
> This returns a list of security errata, but does not list any associated
> package names, I can't see a field for package name, how can I identify
> this?
>
> Additionally I tried to copy these errata from the repo into a temporary
> repo, thinking that this would copy the relevant RPMs into my new repo, but
> that was a misconception on my part as it seems to have only copied errata
> data, not associated packages
>
> I really appreciate, if someone can help to fix this.
>
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>
> Thanks
>
> Anand vamsi.
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