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The getSTRM PACE CLI (pace) reference
The getSTRM PACE CLI (
pace) is the primary tool for managing your data policies.
The CLI follows the same structure as many other popular CLI tools, like
Most commands in the CLI start with a verb, and then a noun, for example:
The currently supported verbs are:
get: Get a resource by its primary key (usually a "id" or "ref" attribute). An error is returned if the resource does not exist.
list: List resources of a given type. An empty list is returned if nothing is found.
upsert: Create a new or update an existing resource.
Not every attribute needs to be specified when creating resources, so typically only one or two options are needed to create a resource.
The following commands that are not directly tied to a resource are available in the CLI:
help: The general help page.
version: Displays the current version and build information.
completion: generates completions for a given terminal (bash, zsh, fish, PowerShell)
--api-host --help --output
--api-host API host name (default "localhost:50051")
--help Displays the help page
The following entities are available in the CLI: