| ||delete-file-user - removes the named file user
| ||delete-file-user --user admin_user [ --password admin_password ] [ --host localhost ] [ --port 4848 ] [ --secure|-s ] [ --passwordfile filename ] [ --terse=false ] [ --echo=false ] [ --interactive=true ] [ --authrealmname auth_realm_name ] user_name
Deletes the entry in the keyfile with the specified username. If the auth_realm_name is not specified, an entry is created in the default keyfile. If auth_realm_name is specified, an entry is created in the keyfile where the auth-realm name in the domain.xml file points to.
This command is supported in remote mode only.
- authorized domain application server administrative username.
- password to administer the domain application server.
- machine name where the domain application server is running.
- port number of the domain application server listening for administration requests.
- if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain application server.
- file containing the domain application server password.
- indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well-formatted data for consumption by a script. Default is false.
- setting to true will echo the command line statement on the standard output. Default is false.
- if set to true (default), only the required password options are prompted.
- name, in the domain.xml file, where you have different stores for file auth realm.
- name of file user to be deleted.
| ||Example 1. Using the delete-file-user command
It is assumed that an authority realm has already been created using the create-auth-realm command.
asadmin> delete-file-user --user admin1 --password adminadmin1
--host pigeon --port 5001 --authrealmname auth-realm1 sample_user
Command delete-file-user executed successfully
Where: the sample_user is the file user deleted.
- command executed successfully
- error in executing the command
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