It seems like your browser didn't download the required fonts. Please revise your security settings and try again.
Barracuda CloudGen Access

Add Domains in Batch Mode

  • Last updated on

access-cli supports adding domains in batch mode, importing data from JSON or CSV files. This operation uses the common batch mode flags.

  • JSON files should contain an array of objects, each containing the fields for each domain you wish to add.
  • CSV files should be comma-separated. They must contain a header, specifying the fields and their order, followed by the records (one per line).

Fields

The expected fields for each format are as follows:

JSON Field NameJSON TypeCSV Field NameExampleDescriptionMandatory
namestringNameexample.comDomain nameYes
asset_source_idstringAssetSourceIDd1662335-f4a7-4325-932a-0d0dfc7951f0Asset Source IDYes
categorystringCategorydomainMust be domainYes

File Examples

Field order can be different from what is shown in the examples, and non-mandatory fields can be omitted. When using CSV, make sure to specify the correct field order in the header, and to maintain the order and number of fields consistent throughout each line.

Adding Domains
JSON
[
{
"name": "one.example.com", "category": "domain",
"asset_source_id": "f0968915-e227-404b-8ddb-9ac76b8b8be3"
},
{
"name": "another.example.com", "category": "domain",
"asset_source_id": "94173764-605f-4cd0-b34f-387439667569"
}
]

$ access-cli domains add --from-file=example.json

CSV
Name,AssetSourceID,Category
one.example.com,f0968915-e227-404b-8ddb-9ac76b8b8be3,domain
another.example.com,94173764-605f-4cd0-b34f-387439667569,domain

$ access-cli domains add --from-file=example.csv --file-format=csv

Last updated on