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GeoSpock CLI

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GeoSpock CLI

Installation

Installing the CLI from pip

    $ python -m pip install geospock-cli

Logging in with your enterprise Identity Provider (GeoSpock v3.1 and above)

The login command creates a configuration file with an encoded copy of your username and password along with the request address for your deployment.

Alternatively, if you do not want to save your details in a config file:

  • all geospock commands can be run with the arguments --user <value> --password <value> --request-address <value>.
  • the CLI will also check for the environment variables GEOSPOCK_USER and GEOSPOCK_PASSWORD and use these to authenticate. The --request-address <value> argument will still need to be added to the command.

An optional --profile {profileID} argument can be used to set up configurations for multiple GeoSpock deployments. All subsequent geospock commands can then use this profile flag to specify that deployment.

Getting credentials for the inbuilt Identity Provider (GeoSpock v3.0)

The init command creates a configuration file with the argument values for your your deployment:

geospock init --clientid abcdefgh1234 --audience https://testaudience.geospock.com --auth0url login.test.com --request-address https://testrequest.geospock.com/graphql

An optional --profile {profileID} argument can be used to set up configurations for multiple GeoSpock deployments. All subsequent geospock commands can then use this profile flag to specify that deployment.

To authenticate the CLI to use your GeoSpock account, the following command can be used (alternatively this will be run automatically when a user first tries to use a command).

geospock get-credentials [--profile {profileID} --no-browser]

This will open a web-page in the user's default web browser to authenticate. If the --no-browser flag is added, this will instead provide a web-address for a user to visit in order to authenticate. The user should enter their GeoSpock username and password when requested to authorise the CLI. This process should only be required once per user per profile.

Running the CLI

The CLI can be activated at the command line using geospock COMMAND ... [--profile {profileID}] A list of commands can be shown by using geospock help [--profile {profileID}]. Further information on the input types of each command can be obtained by running geospock help COMMAND [--profile {profileID}].

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