eg credentials create

Description

Create credentials

Usage

eg credentials create [options]

Options

Name, longform Type Default Description
-q, --quiet boolean false , –quiet Only show major pieces of output
-c, --consumer string   Consumer ID: can be User ID or username or app ID
-p, --property string   App property in the form [-p ‘foo=bar’]
--stdin boolean false Import newline-delimited JSON via standard input
-t, --type string   Type of credential: can be one of: oauth2, basic-auth, key-auth

Examples

Creating an OAuth2 credential for an app

$ eg credentials create -c 2e90e145-bc4b-4ff1-a63a-a097644ba360 -t oauth2
✔ Created
 {
  "isActive": true,
  "createdAt": "Mon Jul 17 2017 16:11:14 GMT-0700 (PDT)",
  "updatedAt": "Mon Jul 17 2017 16:11:14 GMT-0700 (PDT)",
  "id": "2e90e145-bc4b-4ff1-a63a-a097644ba360",
  "secret": "edc4ce2a-330f-4232-9bb8-c3998f8e7c7a"
}

Creating a Key credential for an application

$ eg credentials create -t key-auth -c vncz
✔ Created 5Fiun3GPwz5cooOyLXnX0j
{
  "isActive": true,
  "createdAt": "Wed Nov 15 2017 21:48:53 GMT+0100 (CET)",
  "updatedAt": "Wed Nov 15 2017 21:48:53 GMT+0100 (CET)",
  "keyId": "5Fiun3GPwz5cooOyLXnX0j",
  "keySecret": "3iD686jhuOdAyIMzRqMIEV",
  "scopes": null,
  "consumerId": "d91d4bfa-2cf8-4bda-9ad9-cd02fde78edf"
}

If required, you can also supply keyId and keySecret directly. This could be useful when seeding the data for testing purposes.

$ eg credentials create -t key-auth -c vncz -p "keyId=tina" -p "keySecret=pacchetella"
✔ Created tina
{
  "isActive": true,
  "createdAt": "Wed Nov 15 2017 21:50:09 GMT+0100 (CET)",
  "updatedAt": "Wed Nov 15 2017 21:50:09 GMT+0100 (CET)",
  "keyId": "tina",
  "keySecret": "pacchetella",
  "scopes": null,
  "consumerId": "d91d4bfa-2cf8-4bda-9ad9-cd02fde78edf"
}