@wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli

1.3.2 • Public • Published

data-shipper-cli

parsable-cli plugin for admin functionality

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Usage

$ npm install -g @wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli
$ parsable-cli COMMAND
running command...
$ parsable-cli (-v|--version|version)
@wearableintelligence/plugin-data-shipper-cli/1.3.2 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: src/commands/analytics/feed/access/check.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/access/disable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/access/enable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/cluster/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/cluster/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/cluster/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/cluster/get-one.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/cluster/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/credential/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/credential/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/credential/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/credential/get-one.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/credential/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sas-credential/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sas-credential/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sas-credential/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sas-credential/get-one.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sas-credential/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/get-one.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/start.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/jdbc-sink/stop.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/sas-credential/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/sas-credential/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/sas-credential/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/sas-credential/get-one.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/sas-credential/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/schema-registry/credential/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/schema-registry/credential/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/schema-registry/credential/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/schema-registry/credential/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/schema-registry/credential/list.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/consume.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/external/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/get-one.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/internal/create.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/start.js

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: src/commands/analytics/feed/topic/stop.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/add.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/available.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/list.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/remove.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/group/set.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/manage/creation/disable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/manage/creation/enable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/manage/creation/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/quantified-users/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/quantified-users/enable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/quantified-users/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/quantified-users/set.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/retention/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/retention/set.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/external/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/external/enable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/external/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/external/set.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/external/test.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/internal/delete.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/internal/enable.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/internal/get.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/internal/set.js

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: src/commands/analytics/report/upload/internal/test.js

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