bb-cli-nightly

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    Early preview, nightly version. Unstable.

    [Nightly] Command line tools for working with Backbase CXP.

    Scaffold new components, navigate through archetypes and work with REST API helpers using clean, automated workflow.

    Install

    npm i bb-cli-nightly --global

    Requirements

    Commands

    Each command have it's own help section bb COMMAND -h, filled with all information about arguments, default values and examples.

    Global help is also available:

    bb -h
    

    Archetype

    By typing a simple command you can now check out a new mvn archetype by executing the command:

    bb archetype
    

    Or use it's short version:

    bb arch
    

    Read more about Archetype API here.

    Generate

    Scaffold new widgets, containers and other Backbase CXP components.

    In directory where you run the command, tool will generate starting template for chosen item.

    bb generate widget
    
    bb generate container
    

    Launchpad 0.12 Generators

    For Launchpad 0.12 development, please use the following commands:

    bb generate lp12-widget
    
    bb generate lp12-module
    

    Read more about generate API here.

    Export

    bb export [OPTIONS]
    

    Exports portal. Chunk option will divide export into separate xml files grouped by item type. It will also pretty print xml files and sort items and properties alphabetically on name. bb rest options for defining host, port, contaxt, username and password also work. Or you can define those properties inside .bbrc file.

    Options

      -s,  --save <string>			    portal-name.ext	 File or dir to save the export to.
      -t,  --type <string>			    model		     What to export: model(portal without content), portal, widget, container
      -n,  --name <string>					             Name of the widget or container to export.
      -C,  --item-context <string>		[BBHOST]	     Context of the widget or container that is to be exported.
           --pretty <boolean>			true		     Prettify the output.
           --sanitize <boolean>			true		     Sanitize the output.
      -k,  --chunk <boolean>			false		     Parse output and chunk it into multiple files.
      -f,  --force <boolean>			false		     Force overwrite.
    

    Examples

    Outputs prettified, sorted xml file.

    bb export
    

    Saves export to myPortal.xml

    bb export --save myPortal.xml
    

    Chunks export to myPortal dir

    bb export --portal my-portal --save myPortal -k
    

    Saves export including content to retail.zip

    bb export --type portal --save retail.zip
    

    Chunks full export into retail dir

    bb export --type portal --portal retail-banking --save retail -k
    

    Chunks widget-accounts export to accounts dir

    bb export -s accounts --type widget --name widget-accounts -k
    

    Import

    bb import [OPTIONS]
    

    Imports portal exported by export tool. It supports importing of chunked exports.

    Options

    -t,  --target <string>			       File or dir to import.
    

    Examples

    Imports portal from myPortal.xml

    bb import --target myPortal.xml
    

    Imports bb export chunked portal from chunked dir

    bb import --target chunked
    

    Sync

    Syncs local XML model with remote. Run it in the component folder to sync with CXP. It parser the first *.xml file or defined one from --file argument. In case that xml file does not exist, it can create one by saving the response from the REST API call. This call will be made on server catalog for the item defined by --save parameter. In case that --save is undefined, it will search for bower.json file and use the name of the package as item name (handy for LP widgets).

    bb sync [OPTIONS]	 Syncs local XML model with remote.
    

    Options

      -short,  --name (type)        default              description
    
          -f,  --file (string)	    first xml file		 A file to target.
          -c,  --context (string)	portalserver		 Portal server context (for other options use `.bbrc`).
          -s,  --save (string)	            			 Name of the server item which model should be exported to a file.
          -y,  --yes (boolean)	            			 Disables dialogs.
          -v,  --verbose		    false   			 Prints detailed output.
    

    Rest

    Command line version of Backbase Rest API library for low level and precise tasks.

    bb rest [OPTIONS]
    

    Options

    -short, --name <type>           default         description
    
    -H,  --host <string>		    localhost	    The host name of the server running portal foundation.
    -P,  --port <number>		    7777		    The port of the server running portal foundation.
    -c,  --context <string>		    portalserver	The application context of the portal foundation.
    -u,  --username <string>		admin   		Username.
    -w,  --password <string>		admin	    	Password.
    -p,  --portal <string   >				        Name of the portal on the server to target.
    -t,  --target <string>		    server		    Context target: server, portal, catalog, portalCatalog, page, container, widget, link, template, user, group, audit or cache.
    -T,  --target-arg <string/json>			        Target arguments. When there are more arguments, pass JSON array.
    -m,  --method <string>		    get		        HTTP method to use: get, post, put or delete.
    -f,  --file <string/json>				        Path of the file to send. Or JSON string when using mosaic-xml-js.
    -r,  --rights					                Targets context rights.
    -g,  --tags					                    Targets context tags.
    -q,  --query <json>				                Sets query string.
    -x,  --empty-cache				                Shortcut to empty all server caches.
    -v,  --verbose					                Prints detailed output.
    -s,  --save <string>				            Saves response into file.
    

    Ln (Symlink)

    Symlinks source directory to defined target.

    Use this command to symlink clone of your widget/module working repo to the working portal.

    bb ln --source /component/path --target /path/to/portalserver/static/dir/
    

    Helpers

    This command also supports conventions used in Launchpad and ES. For example:

    If --lp-trunk path is set, target will be:

    {lp path}/launchpad-bundles/static/launchpad/{bundle}/widgets/{package name}

    If --lp-portal path is set, target will be:

    {cxp portal path}/src/main/webapp/static/launchpad/{bundle}/widgets/{package name}

    As LP convention, if package name starts with widget- it will be stripped out when creating a symlink.

    If --portal path is set, target will be:

    {cxp portal path}/src/main/webapp/static/widgets/{package name}

    where package_name will be the name of the package read from bower.json or package.json.

    Options

    -short, --name <type>       default               description
    
    -s,  --source <string>      current directory     Path to source directory.
    -t,  --target <string>                            Path to directory in which to (un)link a source.
         --lp-trunk <string>                          Path to `launchpad-trunk`.
         --lp-portal <string>                         Path to portalserver containing lp.
         --portal <string>                            Path to portalserver.
    -f,  --force                                      Force removal of the target.
    -u,  --unlink                                     Remove symlink.
    

    Install

    bb install [OPTIONS]
    bb install <bower-endpoint> [<bower-endpoint> ..] [OPTIONS]
    

    Wraps a bower install and applies additional options like requirejs-conf generation and server catalog update.

    Options

        -C,  --catalog <boolean>		false			    Upload components to CXP via REST after install.
        -v,  --verbose <boolean>		false			    Enable verbose logging mode.
             --base-url <string>        path/to/bower_comp	Web path to bower components directory (also configurable from .bbrc).
             --require-confs <string>				        Coma seperated list of relative paths to existing require configuration (also configurable from .bbrc).
    

    Also accepts bower install arguments like --save, -save-dev, --production, check bower install -h.

    Examples

    bb install jquery --save
    bb install todo-widget -C --save
    

    Configuration

    All REST based commands support .bbrc configuration. Running the command in the folder with .bbrc file or in one of the child folders with defined configuration, CLI will use it to override default options.

    Example of .bbrc (must contain valid JSON) contents:

    {
    "context": "/",
    "port": "7778",
    "username": "me",
    "password": "it's me"
    }

    Usage example

    If CXP based project has custom configuration for context or admin credentials, put custom .bbrc into the root folder, so CLI could use custom defaults.

    /project
      .bbrc
      config
        some.xml
    

    Where .bbrc file contains this conf:

    {
    "context": "/",
    "username": "me",
    "password": "it's me"
    }
    

    Now running bb import from /project/config dir, CLI will use defined REST configuration with overriden context and user credentials.

    API docs

    Programmatic API.


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