Data Lake Analytics catalog credentials - az dla catalog credential

Commands to manage Data Lake Analytics catalog credentials.

These commands are in preview.

Commands

az dla catalog credential create Creates a new catalog credential for use with an external data source.
az dla catalog credential delete Deletes the catalog credential.
az dla catalog credential list Lists the catalog credentials.
az dla catalog credential show Retrieves the catalog credential.
az dla catalog credential update Updates the catalog credential for use with an external data source.

az dla catalog credential create

Creates a new catalog credential for use with an external data source.

az dla catalog credential create --account
--credential-name
--database-name
--uri
--user-name
[--password]

Required Parameters

--account -n

Name of the Data Lake Analytics account.

--credential-name

The name of the credential.

--database-name

The name of the database in which to create the credential.

--uri
--user-name

The user name that will be used when authenticating with this credential.

Optional Parameters

--password -p

Password for the credential user. Will prompt if not given.

az dla catalog credential delete

Deletes the catalog credential.

az dla catalog credential delete --account
--credential-name
--database-name
[--cascade]
[--password]

Required Parameters

--account -n

Name of the Data Lake Analytics account.

--credential-name

The name of the credential to delete.

--database-name

The name of the database containing the credential.

Optional Parameters

--cascade

Indicates if the delete should be a cascading delete (which deletes all resources dependent on the credential as well as the credential) or not. If false will fail if there are any resources relying on the credential.

--password

The current password for the credential and user with access to the data source. This is required if the requester is not the account owner.

az dla catalog credential list

Lists the catalog credentials.

az dla catalog credential list --account
--database-name
[--count]
[--filter]
[--orderby]
[--select]
[--skip]
[--top]

Required Parameters

--account -n

Name of the Data Lake Analytics account.

--database-name

The name of the database containing the schema.

Optional Parameters

--count

The Boolean value of true or false to request a count of the matching resources included with the resources in the response, e.g. Categories?$count=true.

--filter

OData filter. Optional.

--orderby

OrderBy clause. One or more comma-separated expressions with an optional "asc" (the default) or "desc" depending on the order you'd like the values sorted, e.g. Categories?$orderby=CategoryName desc. Optional.

--select

OData Select statement. Limits the properties on each entry to just those requested, e.g. Categories?$select=CategoryName,Description. Optional.

--skip

The number of items to skip over before returning elements.

--top

Maximum number of items to return.

az dla catalog credential show

Retrieves the catalog credential.

az dla catalog credential show --account
--credential-name
--database-name

Required Parameters

--account -n

Name of the Data Lake Analytics account.

--credential-name

The name of the credential.

--database-name

The name of the database containing the schema.

az dla catalog credential update

Updates the catalog credential for use with an external data source.

az dla catalog credential update --account
--credential-name
--database-name
--uri
--user-name
[--new-password]
[--password]

Required Parameters

--account -n

Name of the Data Lake Analytics account.

--credential-name

The name of the credential to update.

--database-name

The name of the database in which the credential exists.

--uri
--user-name

The user name associated with the credential that will have it's password updated.

Optional Parameters

--new-password

New password for the credential user. Will prompt if not given.

--password -p

Current password for the credential user. Will prompt if not given.