A command-line utility for office365 sharepoint remote file operations
list remote server files
download of individual files from and online Sharepoint site / file storage.
_> spcmd get myshareFile.txt
upload of individual files or folder tree from file storage to online Sharepoint site .
_> spcmd get newFolder/myshareFile2.txt
_> spcmd rm newFolder/myshareFile2.txt
you will need to login first
_> spcmd login https://myproject.sharepoint/ login
thanks to s-kainet node-sp-auth module and Zarko Hristovski work
$ npm install -g spcmd
$ spcmd task args
Available tasks: (use --help for more info)
login -[options] [hostSiteUrl] [username] [password] login with hostSiteUrl and credentials, if missing information are detected user will be promted from command line to complete Example: > spcmd login https://your.sharepoint.com/sites/myTeamsite email@example.com password > spcmd login https://your.sharepoint.com firstname.lastname@example.org password -s /sites/myTeamsite -k sessionkey > spcmd logout > spcmd login https://your.sharepoint.com email@example.com enter password: > spcmd logout > spcmd login enter host/site : logout clear all login credentials and host information, after this, the next command will prompt you for login pwd show current host and site ls -[options] [remoteFolder] list files in remoteFolder [-s] host site url : override current site url example > spcmd ls folder1/ (3) 2017-06-03T18:25:01Z Forms/ (0) 2017-05-04T02:52:51Z test.js 628 2017-05-05T09:52:16Z file.txt 11 2017-05-18T12:48:15Z > spcmd ls folder1 test/ (1) 2017-06-03T18:25:05Z package.json 1125 2017-06-02T13:41:39Z new.txt 19 2017-05-21T19:03:35Z get -[options] <remoteFile> [localFile] get a file and shows its content or saves it [-s] host site url : override current site url Example: > spcmd get foo.pdf d:/tmp/localfoo.pdf # write the remote file foo.pdf to your local drive > spcmd get readme.txt this is my readme.txt content > spcmd get readme.txt -s /sites/mysite2 hello, this is another readme.txt content put <localFile|localFolder> [remoteFolder] upload a file or directory content to sharepoint server remoteFolder will be created if not exist if local folder is provided, the same folder tree is created on remoteFolder [-s] host site url : override current site url Example: > spcmd put d:/tmp/localfoo.pdf > spcmd put d:/tmp/localfoo.pdf remoteFolder > spcmd put d:/tmp/localfoo.pdf -s /sites/anotherTeamSite > spcmd put d:/mydir remoteFolder2 -s /sites/anotherTeamSite rm -[options] <remoteFile> [localFile] remove a file [-s] host site url : override current site url Example: > spcmd rm foo.pdf # remove file foo.pdf from server > spcmd rm readme.txt -s /sites/mysite2 remove /sites/mysite2/shared folders/readme.txt from server
-d, --sharedDocuments [shared Documents translation] provide the shared document custom name or translation' the default shared folder is defined the french translation 'Documents partages' with -d option at login, the shared folder will be stored and used for the session -k, --sessionKey [key] provide the session key to store to you may want to use multiple session without need to logout/login again --silent ............................... Suppresses most console output
The MIT License (MIT)