manage ConfigStore connection-string as labels that can later be used as values for the
--store flag in other commands.
A ConfigStore connection-string consists of its type and the configuration needed to initialize it, such as credentials, etc. These are saved locally in the CLI config file as labels, which can be any friendly name you choose. You can later use these labels as values for the
--store flag instead of typing a full connection string.
Here are some examples of ConfigStore connection strings:
Connection-Strings are used only in the CLI to provide all the configuration needed to initialize a ConfigStore instance.
create, update ConfigStore connections.
configu store upsert [flags]
-c, --connection-string <cs>connection-string to upsert.
-i, --interactiveinteractively upsert a ConfigStore.
-l, --label <string>(multiple) the label/s to assign to the saved connection.
--type <option>a ConfigStore type. run
configu store upset --helpto view all options.
list saved ConfigStore connections.
configu store list
delete ConfigStore connections.
configu store delete [flags]
-l, --label <string>(multiple) the label/s to assign to delete.