mesh stacks config import

imports configurations from existing sources such .env file, json file or shell env variables

Synopsis

You can use this command to import configuration variables

mesh stacks config import [flags]

Examples

$ heroku config -j | mesh stack config import --json-file=-
$ echo '{"MESSAGE": "message in a json file"}' | mesh stack config import --json-file=-
$ mesh stack config import --json-file=env.json
$ mesh stack config import --env-file=.env
$ MESSAGE='sample env variable message' && mesh stack config import MESSAGE
		

Options

      --env-file string    --env-file
  -h, --help               help for import
      --json-file string   --json-file
      --tag stringArray    --tag dc.name=app-us-east

Options inherited from parent commands

  -e, --environment string   environment id or name, otherwise current used from widemesh.json
  -s, --stack string         stack id or name, otherwise current used from widemesh.json

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