manageauth

Manages authentication IDs for all your projects. An authentication ID is a custom alias you give to a specific account-role combination.

Syntax

          manageauth
    [-info AuthId]
    [-list]
    [-rename AuthId -renameto NewAuthId]
         [-remove AuthId] 

        

Options

Option

Required / Optional

Description

-info

Optional

Prints the following information for the specified authentication ID: account ID, role ID, and url.

Usage: sdfcli manageauth -info.

-list

Optional

Prints a list of all the configured authentication IDs.

Usage: sdfcli manageauth -list.

-remove

Optional

Removes an authentication ID.

Usage: sdfcli manageauth -remove {authenticationID}.

-rename

Optional

Renames an authentication ID. You must specify it together with the renameto option.

Usage: sdfcli manageauth -rename {AuthId}.

-renameto

Required when the -rename option is specified.

Specifies the new ID for an authentication ID. You must specify it together with the -rename option.

Usage: sdfcli manageauth -rename {AuthId} -renameto {NewAuthId}.

-revoketoken

Optional

Revokes the TBA token that was issued to your account and is linked to the specified authentication ID.

-h or -help

Optional

Prints the help for this command.

Example

When you run sdfcli manageauth -list, the command produces output that is similar to the following:

The following authentication IDs are available for your account: - AuthId | My Account - 123456 [Administrator] - AuthId | My Developer Account - 110010100 [Developer]

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