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Version: v2.x

Hasura CLI: hasura metadata apply

Apply Hasura metadata on a database.

Synopsis

Apply Hasura metadata on a database.

hasura metadata apply [flags]

Examples

# Apply Hasura GraphQL engine metadata present in metadata.[yaml|json] file:
hasura metadata apply

# Use with admin secret:
hasura metadata apply --admin-secret "<admin-secret>"

# Apply metadata to an instance specified by the flag:
hasura metadata apply --endpoint "<endpoint>"

Options

    --dry-run         show metadata generated from project directory without applying to server.  generated metadata will be printed as JSON by default, use -o flag for other display formats
-h, --help help for apply
-o, --output string specify an output format to show applied metadata. Allowed values: json, yaml (default "json")

Options inherited from parent commands

--admin-secret string            admin secret for Hasura GraphQL engine (env "HASURA_GRAPHQL_ADMIN_SECRET")
--certificate-authority string path to a cert file for the certificate authority (env "HASURA_GRAPHQL_CERTIFICATE_AUTHORITY")
--endpoint string http(s) endpoint for Hasura GraphQL engine (env "HASURA_GRAPHQL_ENDPOINT")
--envfile string .env filename to load ENV vars from (default ".env")
--insecure-skip-tls-verify skip TLS verification and disable cert checking (default: false) (env "HASURA_GRAPHQL_INSECURE_SKIP_TLS_VERIFY")
--log-level string log level (DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR, FATAL) (default "INFO")
--no-color do not colorize output (default: false)
--project string directory where commands are executed (default: current dir)
--skip-update-check skip automatic update check on command execution

SEE ALSO

  • hasura metadata - Manage Hasura GraphQL engine metadata saved in the database

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