Version: v1.7

hydra clients import

hydra clients import

Import OAuth 2.0 Clients from one or more JSON files

Synopsis

This command reads in each listed JSON file and imports their contents as OAuth 2.0 Clients.

The format for the JSON file is:

{ "client_id": "...", "client_secret": "...", // ... all other fields of the OAuth 2.0 Client model are allowed here }

Please be aware that this command does not update existing clients. If the client exists already, this command will fail.

Example: hydra clients import client-1.json

To encrypt auto generated client secret, use "--pgp-key", "--pgp-key-url" or "--keybase" flag, for example: hydra clients import client-1.json --keybase keybase_username

hydra clients import <path/to/file.json> [<path/to/other/file.json>...] [flags]

Options

-h, --help help for import
--keybase string Keybase username for encrypting client secret
--pgp-key string Base64 encoded PGP encryption key for encrypting client secret
--pgp-key-url string PGP encryption key URL for encrypting client secret

Options inherited from parent commands

--access-token string Set an access token to be used in the Authorization header, defaults to environment variable OAUTH2_ACCESS_TOKEN
--config string Config file (default is $HOME/.hydra.yaml)
--endpoint string Set the URL where ORY Hydra is hosted, defaults to environment variable HYDRA_ADMIN_URL. A unix socket can be set in the form unix:///path/to/socket
--fail-after duration Stop retrying after the specified duration (default 1m0s)
--fake-tls-termination Fake tls termination by adding "X-Forwarded-Proto: https" to http headers
--skip-tls-verify Foolishly accept TLS certificates signed by unkown certificate authorities

SEE ALSO

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