@wearableintelligence/parsable-cli

1.1.6 • Public • Published

Command Line Tools for the Parsable PaaS

Minimum NodeJS version >= 12.0.0

oclif Version Downloads/week License

Usage

$ npm install -g @wearableintelligence/parsable-cli
$ parsable-cli COMMAND
running command...
$ parsable-cli (-v|--version|version)
@wearableintelligence/parsable-cli/1.1.6 linux-x64 node-v14.18.1
$ parsable-cli --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ parsable-cli COMMAND
...

Commands

parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check

Check access to data feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  Cluster name
  -j, --jdbc             JDBC sink
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Check access to data feed by Team ID or Subdomain and cluster or JDBC sink.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check -j
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:check -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable

Disable access to data feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  Cluster name
  -j, --jdbc             JDBC sink
  -s, --sync             Wait for access to fully disable
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Disable access to data feed by Team ID or Subdomain and cluster or JDBC sink.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable -j
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:disable -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable

Enable access to data feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  Cluster name
  -j, --jdbc             JDBC sink
  -s, --sync             Wait for access to fully enable
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Enable access to data feed by Team ID or Subdomain and cluster or JDBC sink.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable -j
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:access:enable -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:delete

Delete cluster for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:delete

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  (required) Cluster name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete cluster for analytics feed by its name and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:delete -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:delete -c cluster-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:delete -c cluster-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:external:create

Create external cluster for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:external:create

OPTIONS
  -s, --sync           Wait for cluster to fully create
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an external cluster for analytics feed for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:external:create -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:external:create -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:external:create -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get

Fetch list of clusters for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get

OPTIONS
  -a, --all               Request all available clusters for all teams.
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of clusters by Team ID or Subdomain.
  Or fetch all clusters for all teams. Last action requires a super admin role.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get -a
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:show -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get-one

Fetch one cluster for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get-one

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  (required) Cluster name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch one cluster for analytics feed by its name and Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:show-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:info-one

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get-one -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:get-one -c cluster-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:show-one -c cluster-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:internal:create

Create internal cluster for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -s, --sync           Wait for cluster to fully create
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an internal cluster for analytics feed for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:internal:create -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:internal:create -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:cluster:internal:create -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:delete

Delete credential for topic in analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:delete

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  [default: default] Cluster name
  -i, --id=id            (required) Credential id
  -n, --name=name        (required) Topic name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete credential for topic in analytics feed by its id, topic, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:delete -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:delete -c cluster-name -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:delete -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:delete -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e -t 
  767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:external:create

Create external credential for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:external:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an external credential for analytics feed for certain team, cluster and topic

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:external:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:external:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get

Fetch list of credentials for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster   [default: default] Cluster name
  -n, --name=name         (required) Topic name
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of credentials by cluster, topic and Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get -n topic-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get -c cluster-name -n topic-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get -n topic-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:show -n topic-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get-one

Fetch one credential for topic in analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get-one

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  [default: default] Cluster name
  -i, --id=id            (required) Credential id
  -n, --name=name        (required) Topic name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch one credential for topic in analytics feed by its id, cluster, topic and Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:show-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:info-one

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get-one -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get-one -c cluster-name -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:get-one -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:show-one -n topic-name -i 965621ca-7f50-48e7-8c0d-bf393422947e -t 
  767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:internal:create

Create internal credential for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an internal credential for analytics feed for certain team, cluster and topic

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:internal:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:credential:internal:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete

Delete JDBC SAS credential in analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete

OPTIONS
  -k, --key=key        (required) JDBC SAS credential key
  -n, --name=name      (required) JDBC SAS group name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete JDBC SAS credential in analytics feed by its key and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete -n some-name -k jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete -t best-team -n some-name -k jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -n some-name -k 
  jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete --name some-name --key jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete --teamId best-team --name some-name -k jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:delete --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 --name some-name 
  -k jdbc-sas-credential-key

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create

Create external JDBC SAS credential for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an external JDBC SAS credential for analytics feed for certain team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:external:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get

Fetch list of JDBC SAS credentials for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name         (required) JDBC SAS group name
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of JDBC SAS credentials by Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get -t best-team -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get --teamId best-team --name some-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one

Fetch one JDBC SAS credential in analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one

OPTIONS
  -k, --key=key        (required) JDBC SAS credential key
  -n, --name=name      (required) JDBC SAS group name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch one JDBC SAS credential in analytics feed by its key and Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:show-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:info-one

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one -n some-name -k jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one -t best-team -n some-name -k jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -n some-name -k 
  jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one --name some-name --key jdbc-sas-credential-key
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:get-one --teamId best-team --name some-name --key 
  jdbc-sas-credential-key

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create

Create internal JDBC SAS credential for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an internal JDBC SAS credential for analytics feed for certain team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sas-credential:internal:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:delete

Delete JDBC sink for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:delete

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) JDBC sink name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete JDBC sink for analytics feed by Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:delete -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:delete -t best-team -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:delete --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 --name some-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:external:create

Create external JDBC sink for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:external:create

OPTIONS
  -s, --sync           Wait for JDBC sink to be fully created
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an external JDBC sink for analytics feed for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:external:create -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:external:create --teamId best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:external:create --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get

Fetch list of JDBC sinks for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get

OPTIONS
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of JDBC sinks for all teams. This command requires a super admin role.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:info

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get-one

Fetch JDBC sink for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get-one

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) JDBC sink name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch JDBC sink for analytics feed by Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:show-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:info-one

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get-one -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:get-one -t best-team -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:show-one --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 --name some-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:internal:create

Create internal JDBC sink for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -s, --sync           Wait for JDBC sink to be fully created
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an internal JDBC sink for analytics feed for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:internal:create -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:internal:create --teamId best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:internal:create --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:start

Start JDBC sink for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:start

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) JDBC sink name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Start JDBC sink for analytics feed by Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:start -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:start -t best-team -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:start --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 --name some-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:stop

Stop JDBC sink for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:stop

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) JDBC sink name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Stop JDBC sink for analytics feed by Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:stop -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:stop -t best-team -n some-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:jdbc-sink:stop --teamId 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 --name some-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:delete

Delete SAS credential in analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:delete

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  (required) SAS credential cluster
  -k, --key=key          (required) SAS credential key
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete SAS credential in analytics feed by its key, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:delete -k sas-credential-key -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:delete -k sas-credential-key -c cluster-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:delete -k sas-credential-key -c cluster-name -t 
  767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:external:create

Create external SAS credential for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:external:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an external SAS credential for analytics feed for certain team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:external:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:external:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get

Fetch list of SAS credentials for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster   (required) SAS credential cluster
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of SAS credentials by Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get -c cluster-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:show -c cluster-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get-one

Fetch one SAS credential in analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get-one

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  (required) SAS credential cluster
  -k, --key=key          (required) SAS credential key
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch one SAS credential in analytics feed by its key, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:show-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:info-one

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get-one -k sas-credential-key -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:get-one -k sas-credential-key -c cluster-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:show-one -k sas-credential-key -c cluster-name -t 
  767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:internal:create

Create internal SAS credential for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an internal SAS credential for analytics feed for certain team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:internal:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:sas-credential:internal:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:delete

Delete schema registry credentials

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:delete

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name         (required) Credential name
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Permanently delete schema registry credentials. WARNING: this could not be undone.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:delete -n my-credential-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:delete -t my-team-name -n my-credential-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:external:create

Create an external credential for schema registry

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:external:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an external credential for schema registry.
  Result includes username and password to be used in Schema Registry clients for http Basic auth scheme.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:external:create --t my-team

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:get

Fetch credentials for schema registry

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:get

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name         (required) Credential name
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch credentials for Schema Registry including name, username and password.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:get -n my-credential-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:get -t my-team-name -n my-credential-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:internal:create

Create an internal credential for schema registry

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create an internal credential for schema registry.
  Result includes username and password to be used in Schema Registry clients for http Basic auth scheme.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:internal:create --t my-team

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:list

Fetch list of credentials for schema registry

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:list

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of credentials for Schema Registry including name, username and password.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:list

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:list
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:schema-registry:credential:list -t my-team-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:consume

Consume Data Feed messages

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:consume

OPTIONS
  -b, --from-beginning  Read topic from the beginning
  -g, --group=group     Consumer group
  -t, --teamId=teamId   Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Creates a Kafka based consumer for a Data Feed topic in Azure Event Hubs and prints received messages.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:read

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:consume -g my-consumer-group --from-beginning
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:read

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:delete

Delete topic for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:delete

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  [default: default] Cluster name
  -n, --name=name        (required) Topic name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete topic for analytics feed by its name, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:delete -n topic-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:delete -n topic-name -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:delete -n topic-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:delete -n topic-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:external:create

Create external topic for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:external:create

OPTIONS
  -s, --sync           Wait for topic to fully create
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create a topic for analytics feed for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:external:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:external:create -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:external:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:external:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get

Fetch list of topics for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get

OPTIONS
  -a, --all               Request all available topics for all teams.
  -j, --jdbc              Include jdbc sink topics
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch list of topics by Team ID or Subdomain.
  Or fetch all topics for all teams. Last action requires a super admin role.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get -a
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:show -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get-one

Fetch one topic for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get-one

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  [default: default] Cluster name
  -n, --name=name        (required) Topic name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch one topic for analytics feed by its name, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:show-one
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:info-one

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get-one -n topic-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get-one -n topic-name -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:get-one -n topic-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:show-one -n topic-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:internal:create

Create internal topic for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:internal:create

OPTIONS
  -s, --sync           Wait for topic to fully create
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create a topic for analytics feed for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:internal:create
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:internal:create -s
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:internal:create --team best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:internal:create --team 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start

Start topic for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  [default: default] Cluster name
  -n, --name=name        (required) Topic name

  -p, --fromPrevious     Start from previous position. Relevant only for notification use case, will be ignored for
                         others.

  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Start topic for analytics feed by its name, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start -n topic-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start -n topic-name -p
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start -n topic-name -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start -n topic-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:start -n topic-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:stop

Stop topic for analytics feed

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:stop

OPTIONS
  -c, --cluster=cluster  [default: default] Cluster name
  -n, --name=name        (required) Topic name
  -t, --teamId=teamId    Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Stop topic for analytics feed by its name, cluster and Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:stop -n topic-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:stop -n topic-name -c cluster-name
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:stop -n topic-name -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:feed:topic:stop -n topic-name -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:add

Add team's report to the group

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:add

OPTIONS
  -g, --groupName=groupName      (required) Group name
  -i, --internal                 Is trigger internal
  -n, --triggerName=triggerName  Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId            (required) Team ID

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Report for team should be scheduled and disabled. To be available for the group, group and trigger should 
  have equal intervalMinutes, fullness and incrementalSnapshots settings. Also start times (not dates) for the group and 
  trigger's 
  schedule should be close enough (60 minutes difference by default).

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:add -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:add -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:add -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name -n trigger-name 
  --internal
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:add -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name -n trigger-name -i

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available

Find available groups

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available

OPTIONS
  -i, --internal                 Is trigger internal
  -n, --triggerName=triggerName  Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId            Team ID
  -x, --extended                 show extra columns
  --columns=columns              only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                          output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter                filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                    hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                  do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml         output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                    property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Find groups available for a particular trigger. To be available, group and trigger's report schedule should 
  have equal intervalMinutes, fullness and incrementalSnapshots settings. Also start times (not dates) for group and 
  trigger's 
  schedule report should be close enough (60 minutes difference by default)

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available -t team-id
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available -t team-id -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available -t team-id -n trigger-name --internal
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:available -t team-id -n trigger-name -i

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:delete

Delete an existing group

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:delete

OPTIONS
  -g, --groupName=groupName  (required) Group name

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Group can be deleted if only it doesn't have assigned triggers.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:delete -g group-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:get

Get group by name

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:get

OPTIONS
  -g, --groupName=groupName  (required) Group name
  -x, --extended             show extra columns
  --columns=columns          only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                      output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter            filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                hide table header from output
  --no-truncate              do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml     output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch group with parameters by name.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:get -g group-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:list

List existing groups

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:list

OPTIONS
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch all existing groups with parameters.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:list

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:remove

Remove trigger from a group

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:remove

OPTIONS
  -g, --groupName=groupName      (required) Group name
  -i, --internal                 Is trigger internal
  -n, --triggerName=triggerName  Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId            (required) Team ID

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:remove -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:remove -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:remove -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name -n trigger-name 
  --internal
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:remove -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -g group-name -n trigger-name -i

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:group:set

Create new group

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:group:set

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Group can be used for running batch of teams scheduled reports together which 
  significantly reduces costs of reports infrastructure. If some of reports have similar start time and interval 
  settings it's 
  highly recommended to run them as a part of the same group.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:group:set

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:disable

For maintenance only. Stop producing all reports.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:disable

OPTIONS
  -c, --cancelPipelines  Cancel all running pipelines

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Stop producing and uploading all reports: disable all triggers and cancel all export pipelines if need.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:disable
  parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:disable -c

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:enable

For maintenance only. Restore reports creation.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:enable

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Restore producing and uploading all reports: enable all triggers back.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:enable

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:get

For maintenance only. Get global report creation state.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:get

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Get global analytic report creation state.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:info

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:manage:creation:get

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:delete

For internal Parsable use only. Delete an existed and disabled quantified users schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:delete

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete an existed and disabled schedule for uploading quantified users report.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-user:delete

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:enable MODE

For internal Parsable use only. Enable/disable a configured quantified users schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:enable MODE

ARGUMENTS
  MODE  (on|off) "on" for turn schedule on, "off" for turn it off

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Enable/disable a configured schedule for uploading quantified users report.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-user:enable on

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:get

For internal Parsable use only. Fetch quantified users schedule of uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:get

OPTIONS
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch available schedule of quantified user report.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-user:get

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:set

For internal Parsable use only. Create/update a quantified users schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-users:set

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create/update a schedule for uploading quantified users report.
  When try to update active existed trigger it should be stopped first.
  Command runs in interactive mode.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli analytics:report:quantified-user:set

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:get

Fetch a retention policy for analytics reports

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:get

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch a retention policy for analytics reports by Team ID or Subdomain.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:get -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:show -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:set TTL [UNIT]

Set/change/delete a retention policy for analytics reports

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:set TTL [UNIT]

ARGUMENTS
  TTL   ttl (digit), -1 to turn off retention policy
  UNIT  (min|hours|days) [default: DAYS] unit of ttl

OPTIONS
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Set/change/delete a retention policy for analytics reports by Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:set -t best-team 10
  parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:set -t best-team 10 days
  parsable-cli analytics:report:retention:set -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -1

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete

Delete an existing and disabled external uploading schedule

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete an existing and disabled external schedule for uploading analytic report for certain team by Team ID or 
  Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete -t best-team 
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete -t best-team -n external-trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable MODE

Enable/disable a configured external schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable MODE

ARGUMENTS
  MODE  (on|off) "on" for turn schedule on, "off" for turn it off

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Enable/disable a configured external schedule for uploading analytic report for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable on
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable -n trigger-name on
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable -t best-team off
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable -t best-team -n trigger-name off
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:enable -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 on

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get

Fetch external schedule of uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get

OPTIONS
  -a, --all               Request all available schedules for all teams.
  -n, --name=name         Schedule name
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         Filter property by partial string matching, ex: --filter "Interval (min)"=123
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch available external schedule of uploading by Team ID or Subdomain.
  Or fetch all schedules available for all teams. Last action requires the super admin role.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get -a
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get -t best-team -n my-custom-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:show -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:set

Create/update an external schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:set

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      Name of the trigger
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create/update a schedule for uploading analytic report for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain.
  When try to update active existed trigger it should be stopped first.
  Command runs in interactive mode.
  If no name parameter is specified then the default trigger is going to be updated.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:set
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:set -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:set -t best-team -n custom-trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:set -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test

Test data uploading on demand

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Test data uploading on demand for predefined upload directory for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain.
  Command to create a test file and try to upload it to the customer directory.
  Return file name to lookup or return errors if exists. 
  Before using this command make sure there is a predefined external uploading configuration for team: 
       command parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:get -t teamId

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test -t best-team -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:test -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:delete

Delete an existing and disabled external uploading schedule

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:delete

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Delete an existing and disabled external schedule for uploading analytic report for certain team by Team ID or 
  Subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete -n internal-trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete -t best-team -n internal-trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:external:delete -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -n internal-trigger-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:enable MODE

Enable/disable a configured internal schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:enable MODE

ARGUMENTS
  MODE  (on|off) "on" for turn schedule on, "off" for turn it off

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Enable/disable a configured internal schedule for uploading analytic report for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain. 
  Trigger name is required.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:enable -n trigger-name on
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:enable -t best-team off -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:enable -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -n trigger-name on

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get

Fetch internal schedule of uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get

OPTIONS
  -a, --all               Request all available schedules for all teams.
  -n, --name=name         Schedule name
  -t, --teamId=teamId     Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         Filter property by partial string matching, ex: --filter "Interval (min)"=123
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch available internal schedule of uploading by Team ID or Subdomain.
  Or fetch all schedules available for all teams. Last action requires the super admin role.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:show
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get -a
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get -t best-team -n my-custom-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:show -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:set

Create/update an internal schedule for uploading

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:set

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      Name of the trigger
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Create/update a schedule for uploading analytic report for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain.
  When try to update active existed trigger it should be stopped first.
  Command runs in interactive mode.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:set
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:set -t best-team
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:set -t best-team -n custom-trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:set -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:test

Test data uploading on demand

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:test

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name      (required) Trigger name
  -t, --teamId=teamId  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Test data uploading on demand for predefined upload directory for certain team by Team ID or Subdomain.
  Command to create a test file and try to upload it to the customer directory. Trigger name is required.
  Return file name to lookup or return errors if exists. 
  Before using this command make sure there is a predefined internal uploading configuration for team: 
       command parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:get -t teamId  -n trigger-name

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:test -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:test -t best-team -n trigger-name
  parsable-cli analytics:report:upload:internal:test -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5 -n trigger-name

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli attributes:add

Add new attribute values

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli attributes:add

OPTIONS
  -a, --attributes=attributes  (required) Attribute and attribute values, formatted like key=value|value|value
  -t, --team=team              Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended               show extra columns
  --columns=columns            only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                        output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter              filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                  hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml       output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                  property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to add attribute values to a team, this is purely additive and will not remove any values. Attribute 
  input format is key=value|value|value

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli attrs:add

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli attributes:add -t my-team -a Location='San Francisco|Austin|Vancouver'
  parsable-cli attributes:add --team a-squad -a 'Location'='Mexico City' -a 'Business Unit'='Food|Alcohol'
  parsable-cli attrs:add -team team-b -a 'Location'='Berlin 1|Berlin 2' -a 'Business Function'='Planning|Operations'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli attributes:list

List attribute values for a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli attributes:list

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  List the attribute and attribute values for a team.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli attributes:ls
  $ parsable-cli attrs:list
  $ parsable-cli attrs:ls

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli attributes:list -t the-team
  parsable-cli attributes:list --team the-team
  parsable-cli attrs:list -t 577cf2ed-b5b9-4bd4-a09d-f4a6c2571c13
  parsable-cli attrs:ls --team 577cf2ed-b5b9-4bd4-a09d-f4a6c2571c13

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli attributes:remove

Remove attribute values from a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli attributes:remove

OPTIONS
  -a, --attributes=attributes  (required) Attribute and attribute values, formatted like key=value|value|value
  -t, --team=team              Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended               show extra columns
  --columns=columns            only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                        output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter              filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                  hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml       output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                  property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Remove one or many attribute values on a team. Attribute input format is key=value|value|value

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli attributes:archive
  $ parsable-cli attributes:rm
  $ parsable-cli attrs:remove
  $ parsable-cli attrs:archive
  $ parsable-cli attrs:rm

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli attributes:remove -t my-team -a Location='San Francisco|Austin|Vancouver'
  parsable-cli attributes:archive --team a-squad -a 'Location'='Mexico City' -a 'Business Unit'='Food|Alcohol'
  parsable-cli attrs:rm -team team-b -a 'Location'='Berlin 1|Berlin 2' -a 'Business Function'='Planning|Operations'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli exec-data:delete

Delete execution data corresponding to a specific Input Field on a Job.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli exec-data:delete

OPTIONS
  -A, --all
      When set, deletes all execution data regardless of when it was sent to the server.

  -c, --fields-csv=fields-csv
      The absolute path to a CSV file containing rows of field-id/job-base-step-id pairs.
      The CSV file must not start with a header row (the first line must be the first field locator you wish to delete 
      data for).
      Each row should have as its first element the field id, and as its second element the job-base-step id.
      Example:
         field_id,job_base_step_id
         abc123,def456
         ghi789,jkl012

  -f, --field-id=field-id
      The id of the Field to delete execution data from.

  -j, --job-base-step-id=job-base-step-id
      The jobBaseStepId of the Field's parent Step.

  --force
      When set, skips the "Are you sure" prompt.

  --from-time=from-time
      Any execution data sent to the server before this timestamp will not be deleted (format: UNIX, seconds since epoch).

  --until-time=until-time
      Any execution data sent to the server on or after this timestamp will not be deleted (format: UNIX, seconds since 
      epoch).

DESCRIPTION
  Fields are uniquely identified by locators, which are combinations of:
    1. the 'id' of the Field itself, plus
    2. the 'jobBaseStepId' of the Field's parent Step

  A single locator can be specified inline, using the arguments --field-id and --job-base-step-id.
  Alternatively, a list of locators can be provided in the form of a CSV file via the --fields-csv argument.
  (More details provided below in the context of the --fields-csv argument.)

  A time range must be set using the flags:
    1. 'from-time'
    2. 'until-time'
    3. both of the preceding, or
    4. 'all'
  If no range is set the delete command will not run.
  If 'all' is combined with 'from-time' or 'until-time' the command will not run.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete --field-id=abc123 --job-base-step-id=def456 --all
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete -f abc123 -j def456 -A
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete --field-id=abc123 --job-base-step-id=def456 --from-time=123456789
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete --field-id=abc123 --job-base-step-id=def456 --until-time=123456789
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete --field-id=abc123 --job-base-step-id=def456 --from-time=123456789 --until-time=123456790
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete --fields-csv=/absolute/path/to/my/file.csv --all
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete -c /absolute/path/to/my/file.csv -A
  parsable-cli exec-data:delete -c /absolute/path/to/my/file.csv -A --force

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-author-cli

parsable-cli help [COMMAND]

display help for parsable-cli

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

parsable-cli jobs:create

Create jobs.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli jobs:create

OPTIONS
  -x, --extended                   show extra columns
  --columns=columns                only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                            output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter                  filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                      hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                    do not truncate output to fit screen
  --number-of-jobs=number-of-jobs  number of job(s) to be created, will default to 1 if left out
  --output=csv|json|yaml           output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                      property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)
  --team-id=team-id                (required) Id of the team who will own the jobs

  --template-ids=template-ids      (required) template id(s) to be assigned for the created jobs and should match to the
                                   number of jobs (comma-separated)

  --title=title                    (required) title of the job(s) and should match to the number of jobs
                                   (comma-separated)

DESCRIPTION
  Send a request to create a job(s) and assigned templates.
  Currently it only supports on-demand job type.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli jobs:create --team-id=abc123 --title='Job Sample 1'
  parsable-cli jobs:create --team-id=abc123 --number-of-jobs=2 --title='Job Sample 1,Job Sample 2'
  parsable-cli jobs:create --team-id=abc123 --number-of-jobs=2 --title='Job Sample 1,Job Sample 2' 
  --template-ids=<template_id>,<template_id>

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-author-cli

parsable-cli jobs:delete

Delete jobs and issues listed in CSV files of lookup/database ids.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli jobs:delete

OPTIONS
  -i, --issues-csv=issues-csv
      Path to a CSV holding the issue lookup ids to be deleted.
      There should be no header row in the CSV.
      Each row is a single item: the lookup id (integer or 'issue-123' format key) or database id (UUID) of the issue to 
      be deleted.
      Maximum file length is 5K rows/issues. Beyond that, the CLI may fail to process.

      Example CSV contents:
      1234
      6c807fd4-6594-11eb-ae93-0242ac130002
      5678
      75196fd4-6594-11eb-ae93-0242ac130002

  -j, --jobs-csv=jobs-csv
      Path to a CSV holding the job lookup ids to be deleted.
      There should be no header row in the CSV.
      Each row is a single item: the lookup id (integer or 'job-123' format key) or database id (UUID) of the job to be 
      deleted.
      Maximum file length is 5K rows/jobs. Beyond that, the CLI may fail to process.

      Example CSV contents:
      1234
      6c807fd4-6594-11eb-ae93-0242ac130002
      5678
      75196fd4-6594-11eb-ae93-0242ac130002

  -t, --team-id=team-id
      (required) Id of the team owning the jobs

  --force
      When set, skips the "Are you sure?" prompt

DESCRIPTION
  If a job/issue cannot be deleted because it is referenced (depended upon) by another job/issue, then a list of those
  dependents will be output to the files descendant-issues.csv and descendant-jobs.csv accordingly.
  These lists can be fed back into the command on subsequent attempts, issues first and then jobs.
  After the dependents are deleted, you can attempt to delete the original dependency job/issue that failed initially.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli jobs:delete --team-id=abc123 --jobs-csv=path/to/the/file.csv
  parsable-cli jobs:delete --team-id=abc123 --issues-csv=path/to/another/file.csv
  parsable-cli jobs:delete -t abc123 -j path/to/the/file.csv -i path/to/another/file.csv
  parsable-cli jobs:delete -t abc123 -i path/to/the/file.csv --force

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-author-cli

parsable-cli login

Sets a user context via browser for subsequent CLI calls to mothership env and to new microservice env.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli login

OPTIONS
  -E, --env=env    Name of environment to use (ie. production, staging)
  -t, --team=team  Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to login to new microservice env and to mothership in the same time.
  Important: browser is used during login.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli login
  parsable-cli login -t 'my-team'
  parsable-cli login -t '95ecc380-afe9-11e4-9b6c-751b66dd541e'
  parsable-cli login -t 'my-team' -E production

See code: @wearableintelligence/parsable-cli-common

parsable-cli login-mothership

Sets a user context for subsequent CLI calls (DEPRECATED)

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli login-mothership

OPTIONS
  -E, --env=env            Name of environment to use (ie. production, staging)
  -P, --password=password
  -t, --team=team          Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -u, --username=username  Username or user id
  --skip-team              Skip team selection

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to login only in mothership. Command doesn't login to new microservice environment.
  In order to login into mothership along with new microservice environment use "parsable-cli login" command.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli login-mothership
  parsable-cli login-mothership -t 'my-team'
  parsable-cli login-mothership -t '95ecc380-afe9-11e4-9b6c-751b66dd541e'
  parsable-cli login-mothership -t 'my-team' -u 'user@parsable.com'
  parsable-cli login-mothership -u 'user@parsable.com' -P Pass1234 --skip-team

See code: @wearableintelligence/parsable-cli-common

parsable-cli me

View current environment

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli me

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to see which environment and team is active

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli me

See code: @wearableintelligence/parsable-cli-common

parsable-cli params:add

Add Parameters

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli params:add

OPTIONS
  -O, --owner=ALL|JOB_TEMPLATE|STEP_GROUP|STEP|JOB|USER  Parameter owner, will default to JOB_TEMPLATE if left out
  -T, --type=TEXT|NUMBER|MULTI_SELECT_LIST|LIST          (required) Parameter type
  -d, --defaultValue=defaultValue                        Default value, if multi-select list, separate values by |
  -k, --key=key                                          (required) Parameter key name

  -o, --options=options                                  Sets options for list and multi select list types, separate
                                                         options by |

  -r, --[no-]required                                    Set flag if parameter is required, use --no-required if not
                                                         required

  -t, --team=team                                        Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  -x, --extended                                         show extra columns

  --columns=columns                                      only show provided columns (comma-separated)

  --csv                                                  output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]

  --filter=filter                                        filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo

  --no-header                                            hide table header from output

  --no-truncate                                          do not truncate output to fit screen

  --output=csv|json|yaml                                 output in a more machine friendly format

  --sort=sort                                            property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to add parameters for a team

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli parameters:add
  $ parsable-cli metadata:add

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli params:add -k 'Risk Level' -T TEXT -O STEP_GROUP -t corteva
  parsable-cli params:add -k 'Color' -T LIST -d green -o 'green|red|blue|yellow'
  parsable-cli params:add -k 'Shape' -T MULTI_SELECT_LIST -d 'big|round' --required

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli params:list

List parameters for a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli params:list

OPTIONS
  -a, --includeArchived   Set this flag to include archived parameters in the response
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to view parameters (metadata) for a team

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli params:ls
  $ parsable-cli parameters:list
  $ parsable-cli parameters:ls
  $ parsable-cli metadata:list
  $ parsable-cli metadata:ls

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli params:list
  parsable-cli parameters:ls
  parsable-cli params:list -a
  parsable-cli params:list --includeArchived

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli params:update

Update Parameters

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli params:update

OPTIONS
  -T, --type=TEXT|NUMBER|MULTI_SELECT_LIST|LIST  Parameter type
  -c, --clear-default                            Set this flag to clear the default value
  -d, --default-value=default-value              Default value, if multi-select list, separate values by |
  -k, --key=key                                  Parameter key name to update
  -p, --parameterId=parameterId                  (required) Parameter ID
  -r, --[no-]required                            Mark parameter as required, use --no-required if not required

  -s, --sort-list                                Sorts list options alphabetically, this only works for list and multi
                                                 select list types

  -t, --team=team                                Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  --add-options=add-options                      Adds options for list and multi select list types, separate options by
                                                 "|"

  --remove-options=remove-options                Removes options for list and multi select list types, separate options
                                                 by "|", returns error if any option does not match the current ones

  --rename-options=rename-options                Renames options for  list and multi select list types, separate obtions
                                                 by "|" and the new value with ":", returns error if any option does
                                                 snot match the current ones

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to update parameters for a team

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli parameters:update
  $ parsable-cli metadata:update

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli params:update -p 3f83a5f7-6615-48d8-b520-4018b551ffa3 -k "Risk Level"
  parsable-cli params:update -p 2cdc5ba0-0a06-4958-8f79-eb53300d357a -t LIST -d green -a "green|red|blue|yellow" 
  --sort-list
  parsable-cli params:update -p 2cdc5ba0-0a06-4958-8f79-eb53300d357a -T MULTI_SELECT_LIST -d "big|round" --add-options 
  "big|small|round|square"
  parsable-cli params:update -p 2cdc5ba0-0a06-4958-8f79-eb53300d357a -T MULTI_SELECT_LIST --remove-options="big|small"
  parsable-cli params:update -p 2cdc5ba0-0a06-4958-8f79-eb53300d357a -T MULTI_SELECT_LIST -d "big|round" 
  --rename-options="pink:red|circle:rounded"
  parsable-cli params:update -p c72d37ff-07b3-4d46-a00a-de48784e13ed --required
  parsable-cli params:update -p c72d37ff-07b3-4d46-a00a-de48784e13ed --no-required
  parsable-cli params:update -p c72d37ff-07b3-4d46-a00a-de48784e13ed --clear-default

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli policies:add

Add new team policies

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli policies:add

OPTIONS
  -a, --action=VIEW|CREATE|EDIT|EXECUTE|PUBLISH|COLLABORATE|ARCHIVE

  -e, --expression=expression

  -o, 
  --object=USER|TEAM|JOB|JOB_TEMPLATE|TEMPLATE_SET|ISSUE|DATASHEET|POLICY|POLICY_SET|WORKFLOW|ANALYTICS|TEAM_SETTINGS|IN
  TEGRATION_TEMPLATE|METADATA|METADATA_VALUE|ANALYTICS_2|IT_SETTINGS

  -p, --policy=policy

  -s, 
  --subject=USER|TEAM|JOB|JOB_TEMPLATE|TEMPLATE_SET|ISSUE|DATASHEET|POLICY|POLICY_SET|WORKFLOW|ANALYTICS|TEAM_SETTINGS|I
  NTEGRATION_TEMPLATE|METADATA|METADATA_VALUE|ANALYTICS_2|IT_SETTINGS

  -t, --team=team
      Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  -x, --extended
      show extra columns

  --columns=columns
      only show provided columns (comma-separated)

  --csv
      output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]

  --filter=filter
      filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo

  --no-header
      hide table header from output

  --no-truncate
      do not truncate output to fit screen

  --output=csv|json|yaml
      output in a more machine friendly format

  --sort=sort
      property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Add one or many team policies. Use the policy flag if you want to add multiple policies with the same command. If 
  adding a single policy, you may use the combination of subject, object, action, and expression flags.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli policies:add -t mikes-team --policy 'p,USER,ANALYTICS_2,role_admin,VIEW'
  parsable-cli policies:add -t myteam --policy 'p,USER,ANALYTICS_2,role_admin,VIEW' --policy 
  'p,USER,ANALYTICS_2,role_admin,CREATE'
  parsable-cli policies:add -t 42d2b7b8-1f8d-4dc7-8fcc-328dd3ac9e0b --subject USER --object TEAM_SETTINGS --action VIEW 
  --expression role_admin

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli policies:list

List all team policies

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli policies:list

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Retrieve a list of all policies for a team.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli policies:list -t team-name
  parsable-cli policies:list -t 95c9044c-39e9-42e2-93d0-4ba001981409
  parsable-cli policies:list --team team-one

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli settings:audit

Setting Changes

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli settings:audit

OPTIONS
  -s, --settingId=settingId  Setting ID

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  See all changes made for a specific feature flag or parameter

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli settings:changes

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli settings:audit -s abac
  parsable-cli settings:audit -s analyticsR2
  parsable-cli settings:audit -s attributeOrdering

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli settings:list

List settings for a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli settings:list

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to view feature flags and parameters for a team

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli settings:ls

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli settings:list
  parsable-cli settings:ls
  parsable-cli settings:list --filter='type=Feature Flag'
  parsable-cli settings:list --sort=-type

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli settings:update

Update Team Settings

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli settings:update

OPTIONS
  -V, --value=value            Update setting with this value
  -d, --disable                Disable a feature flag
  -e, --enable                 Enable a feature flag
  -m, --commit-msg=commit-msg  [default: Updated via parsable-cli] Summarize your changes
  -s, --settingId=settingId    (required) Setting ID
  -t, --team=team              Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended               show extra columns
  --columns=columns            only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                        output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter              filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                  hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml       output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                  property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to toggle feature flags or update parameters for a team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli settings:update -s workflow --disable
  parsable-cli settings:update -s locale -V en-US
  parsable-cli settings:update -t shell -s multiPhoto -V true
  parsable-cli settings:update -t shell -s multiPhoto --enable -m 'Turning multi photo on for Shell'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli settings:versions

Setting Rule Versions

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli settings:versions

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This command will provide a change log of any feature flags or parameter changes on a team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli settings:versions
  parsable-cli settings:versions -t honeywell
  parsable-cli settings:versions -t halliburton -x

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:create

Create a new Parsable team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:create

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name                   (required) The team display name
  -r, --region=us-west-2|eu-west-1  The region the team resides in
  -x, --extended                    show extra columns
  --columns=columns                 only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                             output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter                   filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                       hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                     do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml            output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                       property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to create a new Parsable team. You will be the owner of the team and will be able to invite others to 
  it.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:create -n 'New Team'
  parsable-cli teams:create -n 'My New Team' -r us-west-2
  parsable-cli teams:create --name 'The Newest Team' --region eu-west-1

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:delete

Delete a Parsable team and all related data

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:delete

OPTIONS
  -f, --force      Delete the team without confirmation prompt
  -t, --team=team  (required) Team ID or subdomain the request is for

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command cautiously, this cannot be undone. All team data will be deleted from Parsable and cannot be 
  recovered.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:delete -t 07fd7d69-52b8-4375-a1a0-ce1a0788fd45
  parsable-cli teams:delete --team e6cdd62d-36e0-43ba-9df0-c7bbdde28584

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:disable

Disable a Parsable team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:disable

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         (required) Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to disable a team. Once a team is disabled, it can no longer be accessed until enabled again.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:disable -t test-team
  parsable-cli teams:disable -t cbc2141b-b084-4f8f-944a-d4349ae244e7
  parsable-cli teams:disable --team 45d94ba2-439c-4398-a2b9-767a55dc3b30

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:enable

Enable a Parsable team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:enable

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         (required) Team ID the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This command will enable a team that has been disabled. Team ID must be passed in, this will not work with only 
  passing in the subdomain.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:enable -t 79b4d6b5-8ad5-43a1-a37b-a8d0089d2fca
  parsable-cli teams:enable --teamId 6625c0c1-8b8c-4f5b-a78d-89b94471ce69

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:fetch

Fetch a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:fetch

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Fetch a team by Team ID or Subdomain

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli teams:get
  $ parsable-cli teams:show
  $ parsable-cli teams:info

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:fetch -t purple-monkeys
  parsable-cli teams:fetch -t 767d94cd-2c48-455a-9da3-7f608c51f5f5

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:list

Lists all teams you have access to

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:list

OPTIONS
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This command will list all teams that your logged in user has access to.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli teams:ls

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:list
  parsable-cli teams:ls

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:provision-trial

Provision a trial team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:provision-trial

OPTIONS
  -e, --email=email          (required) The email of the trial user
  -r, --region=region        The region the team resides in (us-west-2|eu-west-1)
  -t, --team-name=team-name  (required) The name of the team for the trial user
  -x, --extended             show extra columns
  --columns=columns          only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                      output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter            filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                hide table header from output
  --no-truncate              do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml     output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Sends a request to provision a trial team.

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli teams:provision-trial -e=test@email.com -r=us-west-2 -t='The Trial Team'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli teams:update

Update a Parsable team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli teams:update

OPTIONS
  -T, --trial=on|off         Turn on/off trial status for a team
  -d, --disable              Disable a team
  -e, --enable               Enable a team
  -n, --name=name            The team display name
  -s, --subdomain=subdomain  The team subdomain
  -t, --team=team            (required) Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended             show extra columns
  --columns=columns          only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                      output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter            filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                hide table header from output
  --no-truncate              do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml     output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to update a team. The team name, subdomain, and trial status may be updated. You may also enable or 
  disable a team.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli teams:edit

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli teams:update -t my-team -n new-team-name -s new-subdomain
  parsable-cli teams:update --team my-team --name just-another-team
  parsable-cli teams:update -t my-team --disable
  parsable-cli teams:update -t 1d0fef4c-3d7b-4315-bced-3cf5d0cd25ef --enable
  parsable-cli teams:update -t my-team --trial off
  parsable-cli teams:update -t dd9761cb-0b67-4085-952e-f532b8b4500b --trial on

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli template:copy

Send request to copy templates.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli template:copy

OPTIONS
  -x, --extended
      show extra columns

  --columns=columns
      only show provided columns (comma-separated)

  --config=config
      Path to config json file.
      Config json file should be in the following format:
      {
          "templateIds": [<string>],
          "source": {
            "teamId": <string>,
            "email": <string>,
            "password": <string>,
            "apiBase": <string>
          },
          "destination": {
            "teamId": <string>,
            "email": <string>,
            "password": <string>,
            "apiBase": <string>
          },
          "options": {
            "includeApplets": <boolean>,
            "includeMetadata": <boolean>,
            "includeProcedureTypes": <boolean>,
            "includeInputTriggers": <boolean>,
            "includeRefSheets": <boolean>
          }
          "shouldPublishTemplates": <boolean>
      }

  --csv
      output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]

  --dest-api-base=dest-api-base
      hostname of the destination team environment

  --dest-email=dest-email
      email of admin user in the destination team

  --dest-password=dest-password
      password of admin user in the destination team

  --dest-team-id=dest-team-id
      destination team id for template(s) to copy into

  --filter=filter
      filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo

  --include-applets
      copy applets over

  --include-input-triggers
      copy input triggers over

  --include-metadata
      copy metadata over

  --include-procedure-types
      copy procedure types over

  --no-header
      hide table header from output

  --no-truncate
      do not truncate output to fit screen

  --output=csv|json|yaml
      output in a more machine friendly format

  --should-publish-templates
      copied templates should be published

  --sort=sort
      property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

  --src-api-base=src-api-base
      hostname of the source team environment

  --src-email=src-email
      email of admin user in the source team

  --src-password=src-password
      password of admin user in the source team

  --src-team-id=src-team-id
      source team id of template(s) to copy from

  --template-ids=template-ids
      template id(s) from source team to copy to destination team (comma-separated)

DESCRIPTION
  Templates arrive at the destination team in Editing (draft) status.
  We do not support copying archived templates.
  Status report id will be returned unless the request takes over 30 seconds.
  Requests that take over 30 seconds will cause the command to timeout.
  This does not mean the request failed.
  You can still check the statuses by template id: `parsable-cli template:copy:request --template-id <template_id>`
  Please use 'parsable-cli login' to specify which environment (staging vs production) to run this command against.

  Additional Notes:
  * If you try to copy an object and it has attribute values, then the attribute values only copy over if the 
  destination
    team has custom policies on. Otherwise, for destination teams with custom policies off, we do not copy attribute 
  values
  * Metadata = parameters at the Template level. We do not copy anything Job related (job parameters).
    We copy template metadata values if includeMetadata option is added and if the destination team has the exact
    metadata value matches available.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli template:copy
  parsable-cli template:copy --config ./config.json
  parsable-cli template:copy --should-publish-templates
  parsable-cli template:copy --template-ids <template_id>,<template_id>

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-author-cli

parsable-cli template:copy:status

Get the statuses for template copy requests.

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli template:copy:status

OPTIONS
  -s, --status-report-id=status-report-id  get statuses for this status report id (id found in output of `parsable-cli
                                           template:copy`)

  -t, --template-id=template-id            get statuses for this template id

  -x, --extended                           show extra columns

  --columns=columns                        only show provided columns (comma-separated)

  --csv                                    output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]

  --filter=filter                          filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo

  --no-header                              hide table header from output

  --no-truncate                            do not truncate output to fit screen

  --output=csv|json|yaml                   output in a more machine friendly format

  --sort=sort                              property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  There is one status per template copied.
  Status fields returned include:
  template_id, status (FAILED, SUCCESS, IN_PROGRESS, SCHEDULED), result, start_timestamp, end_timestamp, src_team_id, 
  dest_team_id
  Please use 'parsable-cli login' to specify which environment (staging vs production) to run this command against.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli template:copy:status
  parsable-cli template:copy:status --status-report-id <status_report_id>
  parsable-cli template:copy:status -s <status_report_id>
  parsable-cli template:copy:status --template-id <template_id>
  parsable-cli template:copy:status -t <template_id>
  parsable-cli template:copy:status --output json
  parsable-cli template:copy:status --filter status=FAILED

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-author-cli

parsable-cli update [CHANNEL]

update the parsable-cli CLI

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli update [CHANNEL]

See code: @oclif/plugin-update

parsable-cli users:add

Add a user to a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:add

OPTIONS
  -P, --password=password

  -e, --email=email
      Email address of user

  -r, 
  --roles=ADMIN|AUTHOR|JOBCREATOR|EXECUTOR|PARSABLE_ADMIN|WORKFLOW_PLANNER|ANALYTICS_EDITOR|ANALYTICS_VIEWER|IT_ADMIN
      Team roles

  -t, --team=team
      Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  -u, --username=username
      Username or user id

  --mail
      Set flag to invite user by mail

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use the password flag to create a user with a temporary password.
  IMPORTANT - you can only create a temporary password if the user is not already a Parsable user, if the user has 
  already been created in Parsable the password will be ignored.

  Set --mail flag to invite the user by email. You must be on the team to invite the user by mail.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:add -t yara -u lwhittle -e lw@parsable.com -r PARSABLE_ADMIN -r ADMIN -r AUTHOR
  parsable-cli users:add -u bgaffney -e bg@parsable.com -r PARSABLE_ADMIN -r ADMIN -P Pass1234! 
  parsable-cli users:add -e jd@parsable.com -r PARSABLE_ADMIN -r ADMIN --mail

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:apply

Apply attributes to a user

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:apply

OPTIONS
  -a, --attributes=attributes  Attribute and attribute values, formatted like key=value|value|value
  -t, --team=team              Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -u, --username=username      Username or user id
  -x, --extended               show extra columns
  --columns=columns            only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                        output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter              filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                  hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml       output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                  property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Adds the attribute and attributes values to a user. This command is additive.
  Attribute values are separated by |
  Roles cannot be applied here, you must use the users:assign command to add Roles.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:applyAttributes

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli users:apply -t onboarding -u lw@parsable.com -a 'Location=San Francisco|Austin' -a 'Business 
  Unit=Chicken|Kombucha'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:assign

Assign team roles to a user

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:assign

OPTIONS
  -r, 
  --roles=ADMIN|AUTHOR|JOBCREATOR|EXECUTOR|PARSABLE_ADMIN|WORKFLOW_PLANNER|ANALYTICS_EDITOR|ANALYTICS_VIEWER|IT_ADMIN
      Team roles

  -t, --team=team
      Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  -u, --username=username
      Username or user id

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Adds team roles to a user. This command is additive.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:assignRoles

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:assign -t onboarding -u lw@parsable.com -r ADMIN -r PARSABLE_ADMIN
  parsable-cli users:assign -u afb7b786-fddd-4a5e-9df3-a44eba144b85 -t heineken -r EXECUTOR

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:bulk:update

Update users in bulk from a CSV

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:bulk:update

OPTIONS
  -f, --file=file  (required) Path to the CSV file

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  The CSV MUST have a header row that includes columns "id", "name", and "email".
  The "id" and "name" are required, "email" is optional.
  Save the CSV to your hard drive, then pass the path to the CSV with the --file flag

  Example CSV
  id, name, email
  12c31f28-2f14-4c13-a6e4-90129ec96833, George Foreman, gforeman@parsable.com
  b6e7596f-1178-435b-ad3e-d06f7fda87e9, Mike Tyson, mtyson@parsable.com

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:bulk:update -f input/updateUsers.csv
  parsable-cli users:bulk:update -f /Users/username/parsable/update.csv

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:delete

Deletes a user from a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:delete

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team          Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -u, --username=username  Username or user id

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  WARNING: This command will completely delete a user from the team and remove all of their roles and attributes.
  They will not show in the archived users list.

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:grant

Grants a user a persistent auth token

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:grant

OPTIONS
  -u, --username=username  (required) Username or user id

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Creates a persistent auth token for a user. A user can only have one persistent auth token at any given time.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:grant -u john.doe@parsable.com
  parsable-cli users:grant -u afb7b786-fddd-4a5e-9df3-a44eba144b85

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:list

Lists users on a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:list

OPTIONS
  -a, --attributes=attributes
      Attribute and attribute values, formatted like key=value|value|value

  -p, --paging=paging
      Paging for querying, in the format {page}:{limit}. The limit is the number of results per page and the page is how 
      many pages to “skip” over before starting to return results.

  -r, 
  --roles=ADMIN|AUTHOR|JOBCREATOR|EXECUTOR|PARSABLE_ADMIN|WORKFLOW_PLANNER|ANALYTICS_EDITOR|ANALYTICS_VIEWER|IT_ADMIN
      Team roles

  -t, --team=team
      Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  -x, --extended
      show extra columns

  --all
      Set flag to list all users on the team

  --columns=columns
      only show provided columns (comma-separated)

  --csv
      output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]

  --filter=filter
      filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo

  --no-header
      hide table header from output

  --no-truncate
      do not truncate output to fit screen

  --output=csv|json|yaml
      output in a more machine friendly format

  --sort=sort
      property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to query users on a team by roles and attributes. Supports paging.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:ls

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:list -t halliburton
  parsable-cli users:list -t d364a4aa-ef06-4848-9af3-ad1bf6f01dc7
  parsable-cli users:list -t corteva -r EXECUTOR
  parsable-cli users:list -t afb7b786-fddd-4a5e-9df3-a44eba144b85 -a Role=AUTHOR
  parsable-cli users:list -t afb7b786-fddd-4a5e-9df3-a44eba144b85 -r PARSABLE_ADMIN -a Location=Austin
  parsable-cli users:list -t afb7b786-fddd-4a5e-9df3-a44eba144b85 --all

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:query

Query for users across teams or within a specific team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:query

OPTIONS
  -n, --name=name         (required) Name or partial name to query
  -t, --team=team         Leave blank to query across all teams, add to query within a specific team
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Enter a name or partial name to query across all teams, or add the team flag to query within a specific team

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:find

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:query -n mike
  parsable-cli users:query --name michael
  parsable-cli users:query -n michael -t the-a-team

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:remove

Removes a user from a team

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:remove

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team          Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -u, --username=username  Username or user id

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  This command removes all roles for a user on a given team.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:removeUserFromTeam
  $ parsable-cli users:rm

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:remove -t halliburton -u jane@parsable.com
  parsable-cli users:remove -t d364a4aa-ef06-4848-9af3-ad1bf6f01dc7 -u c08a5391-3798-469c-a156-8bd333a54db0
  parsable-cli users:rm -u john@parsable.com -t 2bf8a711-1404-4467-9fe7-ead62b5f04ea

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:revoke

Revoke a persistent auth token

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:revoke

OPTIONS
  -u, --username=username  (required) Username or user id

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Revokes a persistent auth token for a user. The persistent auth token will no longer by valid to use.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:revoke -u lisa@parsable.com
  parsable-cli users:revoke -u d364a4aa-ef06-4848-9af3-ad1bf6f01dc7

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:show

Show user information

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:show

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team          Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -u, --username=username  Username or user id
  -x, --extended           show extra columns
  --columns=columns        only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                    output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter          filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header              hide table header from output
  --no-truncate            do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml   output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort              property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Use this command to view a specific user's information

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:get
  $ parsable-cli users:fetch

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:show -u bob@parsable.com
  parsable-cli users:show -u bfd373c2-efe5-4251-a81e-c16d63f01377
  parsable-cli users:show -u chai@parsable.com -t wacker
  parsable-cli users:show -u test.user@sera.co -t d364a4aa-ef06-4848-9af3-ad1bf6f01dc7

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:tokens

View team tokens

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:tokens

OPTIONS
  -t, --team=team         Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Lists all auth tokens granted to users on a team

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:tokens -t c53149e5-931a-48b8-9f2a-9f079d47e3cc
  parsable-cli users:tokens -t heineken

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:unapply

Remove attributes on a user

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:unapply

OPTIONS
  -a, --attributes=attributes  Attribute and attribute values, formatted like key=value|value|value
  -t, --team=team              Team ID or subdomain the request is for
  -u, --username=username      (required) Username or user id
  -x, --extended               show extra columns
  --columns=columns            only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                        output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter              filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                  hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml       output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                  property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Removes the attributes values applied a user.
  Attribute values are separated by |
  Roles cannot be applied here, you must use the users:unassign command to remove Roles.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:unapplyAttributes

EXAMPLE
  parsable-cli users:unapply -t onboarding -u lw@parsable.com -a 'Location=San Francisco|Austin' -a 'Business 
  Unit=Chicken|Kombucha'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:unassign

Remove team roles from a user

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:unassign

OPTIONS
  -r, 
  --roles=ADMIN|AUTHOR|JOBCREATOR|EXECUTOR|PARSABLE_ADMIN|WORKFLOW_PLANNER|ANALYTICS_EDITOR|ANALYTICS_VIEWER|IT_ADMIN
      Team roles

  -t, --team=team
      Team ID or subdomain the request is for

  -u, --username=username
      Username or user id

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Removes team roles from a user.

ALIASES
  $ parsable-cli users:unassignRoles

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:unassign -t onboarding -u lw@parsable.com -r ADMIN -r PARSABLE_ADMIN
  parsable-cli users:unassign -u afb7b786-fddd-4a5e-9df3-a44eba144b85 -t heineken -r EXECUTOR

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

parsable-cli users:update

Update the name or email of a user

USAGE
  $ parsable-cli users:update

OPTIONS
  -U, --userId=userId     (required) User id
  -e, --email=email       Email address of user
  -n, --name=name         (required) Name
  -x, --extended          show extra columns
  --columns=columns       only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                   output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter         filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header             hide table header from output
  --no-truncate           do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml  output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort             property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

DESCRIPTION
  ...
  Update the name or email of a user. Name changes will be applied instantly.
  Email changes will need to be accepted by the user, an email will be sent to their old email address to confirm.
  To update a user, you must either have an ADMIN role on a shared team or have Parsable super admin privileges.
  The userId flag is required to update a user along with name, email is optional.

EXAMPLES
  parsable-cli users:update -U d364a4aa-ef06-4848-9af3-ad1bf6f01dc7 -n 'Jonathan Doe' -e 'j.doe@hotmail.com'
  parsable-cli users:update -U d364a4aa-ef06-4848-9af3-ad1bf6f01dc7 -n 'John Doe'

See code: @wearableintelligence/plugin-admin-cli

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Command Line Tools for the Parsable PaaS

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