|Parameter||Description||Applicable CLI Commands|
The type of CLI command to execute. Accepted values:
See Examples below.
For more information on the following commands, see CLI for Connections.
create_connection - Create a new connection object.
edit_connection - Edit an existing connection object.
list_connections - List all connection objects for the specified user.
delete_connection - Delete a connection object.
of the user to execute the job. Please specify the full username.
NOTE: In the response, this value is listed as
for the username
If no password is specified, you are prompted to enter one.
NOTE: You can store username and password information in an external file so that they don't need to be included in each command. For more information, see CLI Config File.
Defines the client-side path where the JSON output is stored for all commands. Default value is
NOTE: The user issuing the command must also have execute permissions on all parent folders in the specified
(Optional) When communicating over HTTPS, this setting can be used to override the default behavior of validating the server certificate before executing the command.
NOTE: If you have stored a self-signed certificate on the , please set the
REQUESTS_CA_BUNDLE environment variable to point to the directory that contains the trusted server's certificate(s). The CLI will verify against these certs. In this case, the
disable_ssl_certificate parameter is not needed.
(Optional) Connect to the datastore over SSL.
NOTE: You must modify the
host parameter value to include the appropriate port number for the SSL connection.
NOTE: SSL connections are not supported for Hive, Redshift, or SQL Server.
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For existing tables, you can clear them and load them with results from a job. If the table does not exist, a new one is created and populated.
Example (All one command):