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Usage

Importing user data#

To import user data from an IDP to aserto:

aserto-idp exec --from json --to aserto -c PATH_TO_CONFIG

Note that if json or aserto plugins are not on the system, using this command, they will be automatically downloaded. Also if there is a newer version of either one of the plugins used, the following message will be prompted:

A new version '0.0.12' of the plugin 'json' is available

To disable updates checking when using exec or delete :

aserto-idp exec --from json --to aserto -c PATH_TO_CONFIG --no-update-check

or

aserto-idp exec --from json --to aserto -c PATH_TO_CONFIG -n

Creating a dry-run of an IDP import

To generate a JSON file containing all the users that would be imported from your IDP, use the command:

aserto-idp exec --from auth0 --to json -c PATH_TO_CONFIG

Deleting user data#

You can delete a user from aserto knowing its id and using the following:

aserto-idp delete --from aserto USER_ID