You must have Python 3.6 or later installed. For installation instructions, see the Downloading Python page in Python's Beginner Guide.
An API Token with the following scopes:
In order to create a new API token, please refer to our docs
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* me:list * river:execute * river:edit * river:list * river:delete * connection:edit * connection:list * connection:delete
Install Rivery CLI, by using the next command:
In order to see if Rivery CLI was installed in your client, check the version option by the next command:
Result should be:
Initiate a new project
in order to start new project: 1. create new project directory, for example in linux base OS:
- Go into the
my-projectdirectory you've created:
- run the next command and choose your project name.
> rivery init
Create the first profile
Rivery CLI store defaults and credentials under an "entity" called
Each profile has its name and the configurations under it. Due to every API token refers
environment inside your Rivery console, and every account+environment pair has
its own credentials, it is likely you'll have a profile per each account+environment coupling.
For creating your first profile use the next command:
And Follow the prompt:
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And you're good to go!