Applies to Collaborator 12.3, last modified on January 17, 2020

Description

The ccollab set command saves a global option setting in a config file, so it will automatically be applied to subsequent command-line calls.

Command Line Syntax

ccollab [global-options] set [<key>] [<value>]

Command Options

Option

Required?

Description

<key>

No

Specifies the name of global option to set.

The option names have the same names as listed in the Command-line Global Options Reference but do not include double dash prefix (--). For example, to set proxy port call ccollab set server-proxy-port 3030

<value>

No

Value to save.

If the <value> argument is not supplied on the command-line, ccollab set will prompt for it.

Remarks

  • For the list of global options see Command-line Global Options Reference topic or run ccollab help global-options.
  • If no arguments are supplied on the command-line, ccollab set will print the current values of all the global options.
  • Global options specified explicitly for a particular command-line call override the values saved by the ccollab set command.
  • To clear a global option setting, set it to empty string "".
  • In order to save the password global option, the user should first run the ccollab login command.

Examples

ccollab set url http://collab.mycompany.com

ccollab set user myusername

ccollab set server-proxy-port 3030

See Also

ccollab
Command-line Global Options Reference

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