Creates an entry in the keyfile with the specified username, userpassword, and groups. Multiple groups can be created by separating them with a colon ":". 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 using the auth-realm name.
This command is supported in remote mode only.
The authorized domain administration server administrative username.
The ––password option is deprecated. Use ––passwordfile instead.
This option replaces the –– password option. Using the ––password option on the command line or through the environment is deprecated. The ––passwordfile option specifies the name of a file containing the password entries in a specified format. The entry for the password must have the AS_ADMIN_ prefix followed by the password name in capital letters. For example, to specify the domain administration server password, use an entry with the following format: AS_ADMIN_PASSWORD=password, where password is the actual administrator password. Other passwords that can be specified include AS_ADMIN_MAPPEDPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_USERPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_SAVEDMASTERPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_MQPASSWORD, AS_ADMIN_ALIASPASSWORD, and so on.
The machine name where the domain administration server is running. The default value is localhost.
The port number of the domain administration server listening for administration requests. The default port number for Platform Edition is 4848. The default port number for Enterprise Edition is 4849.
If set to true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain administration server.
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.
Displays the help text for the command.
This is used for Enterprise Edition only. This is the name of the target on which the command operates. The valid targets are config, instance, cluster, or “server.” By default, the target is the 'Server.”
This is the group associated with this file user.
This is the file where the file users are stored.
It is assumed that an authority realm has already been created using the create-auth-realm command.
asadmin> create-file-user --user admin1 --password adminadmin1 --host pigeon --port 5001 --userpassword sample --groups staff:manager --authrealmname auth-realm1 sample_user Command create-file-user executed successfully
Where: the sample_user is the file user created.