confluent local services schema-registry acl

Important

The confluent local commands are intended for a single-node development environment and are not suitable for a production environment. The data that are produced are transient and are intended to be temporary. For production-ready workflows, see Confluent Platform.

Description

Specify an ACL for Schema Registry.

confluent local services schema-registry acl [flags]

Tip

You must export the path as an environment variable for each terminal session, or set the path to your Confluent Platform installation in your shell profile. For example:

cat ~/.bash_profile
export CONFLUENT_HOME=<path-to-confluent>
export PATH="${CONFLUENT_HOME}/bin:$PATH"

Flags

-s, --subject string     Subject to which the ACL is being applied to. Only applicable for SUBJECT operations. Use * to apply to all subjects.
-t, --topic string       Topic to which the ACL is being applied to. The corresponding subjects would be topic-key and topic-value. Only applicable for SUBJECT operations. Use * to apply to all subjects.
    --add                Indicates you are trying to add ACLs.
    --list               List all the current ACLs.
    --remove             Indicates you are trying to remove ACLs.
-o, --operation string   Operation that is being authorized. Valid operation names are SUBJECT_READ, SUBJECT_WRITE, SUBJECT_DELETE, SUBJECT_COMPATIBILITY_READ, SUBJECT_COMPATIBILITY_WRITE, GLOBAL_COMPATIBILITY_READ, GLOBAL_COMPATIBILITY_WRITE, and GLOBAL_SUBJECTS_READ.
-p, --principal string   Principal to which the ACL is being applied to. Use * to apply to all principals.

Global Flags

-h, --help            Show help for this command.
-v, --verbose count   Increase verbosity (-v for warn, -vv for info, -vvv for debug, -vvvv for trace).

See Also