chainctl iam invites create

chainctl iam invites create

Generate an invite code to identities or register clusters with Chainguard.

chainctl iam invites create [GROUP_NAME | GROUP_ID] [--role ROLE_ID | --cluster] [--ttl TTL_DURATION] [--output json|table|id] [flags]

Examples


# Create an invite that will be valid for 5 days:
chainctl iam invite create GROUP_ID --role ROLE_ID --ttl 5d
# Create an invite for a cluster:
chainctl iam invite create GROUP_ID --cluster

Options

      --cluster        Default roles for cluster invites.
  -h, --help           help for create
      --role string    Role is used to role-bind the invited to the associated group.
      --ttl duration   Duration the invite code will be valid. (default 168h0m0s)

Options inherited from parent commands

      --api string        The url of the Chainguard platform API. (default "http://api.api-system.svc")
      --audience string   The Chainguard token audience to request. (default "http://api.api-system.svc")
      --config string     A specific chainctl config file.
      --console string    The url of the Chainguard platform Console. (default "http://console-ui.api-system.svc")
      --issuer string     The url of the Chainguard STS endpoint. (default "http://issuer.oidc-system.svc")
  -o, --output string     Output format. One of: ["", "table", "tree", "json", "id", "wide"]

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