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Copyright 2017 by Ortus Solutions, Corp - https://www.ortussolutions.com

This is a CommandBox module that provides a CLI for reading, writing, and storing configuration for all CF engines.

Please enter tickets for bugs or enhancements here: https://ortussolutions.atlassian.net/browse/CFCONFIG

Documentation is found here: https://cfconfig.ortusbooks.com

Main Features

  1. Generic JSON storage of any CF engine's settings
  2. Engine-specific providers for all major engines to convert their config to and from the generic JSON format

This does not use RDS and doesn't need the server to be running. It just needs access to the installation folder for a server to locate its config files. You will need to restart the server for the change to take effect unless you have configured the server to scan it's config files for changes.

Uses

This library is a CommandBox module that provides a CLI interface sitting on top of the cfconfig-services project. You must use CommandBox to use this project, but the servers themselves don't need to have been started by CommandBox. You can manage the configuration of any server using this. Uses for this library include but are not limited to:

  • Export config from a server as a backup
  • Import config to a server to speed/automate setup
  • Copy config from one server to another. Servers could be different engines-- i.e. copy config from Adobe CF11 to Lucee 5.
  • Merge config from multiple servers together. Ex: combine several Lucee web contexts into a single config (mappings, datasources, etc)
  • Facilitate the external management of any server's settings
  • Compare settings between two sources

Command Installation

Once you have Commandbox installed run the following command to install the cfconfig command:

box install commandbox-cfconfig

You can check to ensure you have the latest version of CFConfig like so:

box update --system

Usage

Here are some examples of commands you can run. Use the built-in help to get full details on all commands. Each command allows you to specify a from and/or a to location, based on what you are doing. A location can be any one of the following:

  • Nothing-- we'll look in the current working directory for a CommandBox server
  • The name of a CommandBox server (doesn't need to be running)
  • The path to a server home as defined by the rules in the help.

When interacting with CommandBox servers, we try really hard to figure out the type and version of server you're dealing with. When you simply point to a folder on the hard drive that contains a server home, you'll need to tell us what format you would like the config read or written as. When writing config, the target directory doesn't need to exist. We'll create everything for you so you can import configuration before you even start the server the first time. Proper formats look like one of these:

  • adobe@11 - Read/write from an Adobe server, version 11.x
  • luceeServer@4.5 - Read/write from the Lucee server context, expecting version 4.5.x
  • luceeWeb@5 - Read/write from the Lucee web context, expecting version 5.x.x

Export config from a server

cfconfig export myConfig.json
cfconfig export myConfig.json serverName
cfconfig export myConfig.json /path/to/server/install/home luceeWeb@4.5

Import config to a server

cfconfig import myConfig.json
cfconfig import myConfig.json serverName
cfconfig import myConfig.json /path/to/server/install/home luceeWeb@4.5

Transfer config between two servers

Note the two servers do not need to be the same kind. CFConfig will translate the config for you.

cfconfig transfer server1 server2
cfconfig transfer from=/path/to/server1/install/home to=/path/to/server2/install/home fromFormat=adobe@11 toFormat=luceeServer@5

View all configuration

cfconfig show
cfconfig show serverName
cfconfig show /path/to/server/install/home

View a specific configuration setting

cfconfig show requestTimeout
cfconfig show requestTimeout serverName
cfconfig show requestTimeout /path/to/server/install/home adobe@11

Diff settings between two servers.

You can diff any two locations, meaning two servers, two JSON files, a server and a JSON file, etc, etc.

cfconfig diff server1 server2
cfconfig diff file1.json file2.json
cfconfig diff servername file.json
cfconfig diff from=path/to/servers1/home to=path/to/server2/home

You can even filter what config settings you see:

cfconfig diff to=serverName --all
cfconfig diff to=serverName --valuesDiffer --toOnly --fromOnly

Set a configuration setting

Note, this command requires named parameters.

cfconfig set adminPassword=commandbox
cfconfig set adminPassword=commandbox to=serverName
cfconfig set adminPassword=commandbox to=/path/to/server/install/home toFormat=adobe@11

You can actually use cfconfig set to manage the static contents of a JSON export. The JSON file is, after all, just another location you can read from or write to.

# Pull current config from server into JSON file
cfconfig export myConfig.json
# Edit JSON file directly
cfconfig set adminPassword=commandbox to=myConfig.json

Manage CF Mappings

There are three commands to manage CF mappings.

cfconfig cfmapping list
cfconfig cfmapping save /foo C:/foo
cfconfig cfmapping delete /foo

Manage Datasources

There are three commands to manage datasources.

cfconfig datasource list
cfconfig datasource save myDS
cfconfig datasource delete myDS

Manage Mail Servers

There are three commands to manage Mail Servers.

cfconfig mailserver list
cfconfig mailserver save smtp.mail.com
cfconfig mailserver delete smtp.mail.com

Manage Lucee Caches

There are three commands to manage Lucee caches.

cfconfig cache list
cfconfig cache save myCache
cfconfig cache delete myCache

Manage Custom Tag Paths

There are three commands to manage Custom Tag Paths.

cfconfig customtagpath list
cfconfig customtagpath save /foo C:/foo/bar
cfconfig customtagpath delete /foo

Manage Event Gateway Configurations

There are three commands to manage Event Gateway onfig.

cfconfig eventgatewayconfig list
cfconfig eventgatewayconfig save myType "description of gateway" "java.class" 30 true
cfconfig eventgatewayconfig delete myType

Manage Event Gatway Instances

There are three commands to manage Event Gatway Instances.

cfconfig eventgatewayinstance list
cfconfig eventgatewayinstance save myInstanceId CFML "/path1/some.cfc,/path2/code.cfc"
cfconfig eventgatewayinstance delete myInstanceId

Manage Lucee Loggers

There are three commands to manage Lucee Loggers.

cfconfig logger list
cfconfig logger save name=application appender=resource appenderArguments:path={lucee-config}/logs/application.log
cfconfig logger delete application

Manage Scheduled Tasks

There are three commands to manage Scheduled Tasks.

cfconfig task list
cfconfig task save myTask http://www.google.com Once 4/13/2018 "5:00 PM"
cfconfig task delete myTask myGroup

Notes

If you notice a missing feature, please send a pull request or enter a ticket so we can track it.

And remember, this project is just the CLI component. If you'd like to build a custom process of managing your server's config, the entire service layer is available as a separate project, which can operate outside of CommandBox. https://www.forgebox.io/view/cfconfig-services

 

 
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