Custom Config Add-on
The Custom Config Add-on allows you to add custom credentials to the standard creds.json file provided for each of your deployments. This makes it possible for you to keep your code in separate branches, each with their own configuration settings.
An example for where you may need such a configuration are the Amazon S3 credentials. In this case, you likely want to use different credentials for production and development. The Custom Config Add-on allows you to do this.
Adding Configuration Settings
To add configuration settings, simply invoke the config command with the add
option, and append the desired
$ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME config.add KEY=VALUE
This will automatically add the Config Add-on to your deployment.
Replace APP_NAME, DEP_NAME, KEY and VALUE with the desired values and they will be added to your deployment's cred.json file.
To set multiple settings at once, simply append more than one
$ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME config.add KEY1=VALUE1 KEY2=VALUE2 [...]
Config parameters can be set using the format shown in first column of the following table. They are then stored in JSON format, as shown in the second column. Multiline arguments can be set using the
\n escape character.
|CLI parameter||JSON representation|
Note: It is recommended to use double quotes
" for setting multispace or
multiline values to make sure they are stored properly.
Listing Configuration Settings
You can list the existing set of configuration settings by invoking the config command:
$ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME config KEY1=VALUE1 KEY2=VALUE2
To show the value of a specific key, simply append the desired key name:
$ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME config KEY VALUE
Updating Configuration Settings
To add or remove settings to your custom config, simply use the
remove option of the config command and append the parameters you need.
$ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME config.add [-f|--force] NEW_PARAM=NEW_VALUE [...] $ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME config.remove PARAM1 PARAM2 [...]
Updating the existing settings is also possible using the
add command. This
will require your confirmation unless you use the
--force flag after
the add command.
Removing the Config Addon
Deleting all the existing configuration settings from a deployment can be done by removing the Add-on.
$ cctrlapp APP_NAME/DEP_NAME addon.remove config.free
This will remove all the custom configuration settings.