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Authentication

Authenticating from the command line

The DDEV-Live client initiates authentication via the ddev-live auth command. Running the command with no arguments will open a browser tab prompting you to complete the authentication process at https://dash.ddev.com/verify. After logging in through the browser page, authentication and configuration information will be passed to the client and you will be ready to interact with DDEV-Live.

Authenticating with a token

In instances where authenticating by interacting with a browser is not practical, you can pass a DDEV-Live API Token to the command-line. Your account settings hold the value for the DDEV-Live API Token under the "Integration" tab.

$ export DDEV_LIVE_TOKEN="my-ddev-live-token"
$ ddev-live auth --token $DDEV_LIVE_TOKEN

Storing the DDEV-Live API token as an environment variable and then referencing that environment variable is the recommend way of working with this type of token.

Example

Authtentication with a default organization and a token:


Last update: 2020-10-19