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CLI Recipes

Here are some configuration tasks and how to perform them with CLI commands. Note that in all but the first example, we use the wildcard path ** to mean you should substitute or the path to the keycloak-server subsystem.

For standalone, this just means:

** = /subsystem=keycloak-server

For domain mode, this would mean something like:

** = /profile=auth-server-clustered/subsystem=keycloak-server

Change the web context of the server

/subsystem=keycloak-server/:write-attribute(name=web-context,value=myContext)

Set the global default theme

**/theme=defaults/:write-attribute(name=default,value=myTheme)

Add a new SPI and a provider

**/spi=mySPI/:add
**/spi=mySPI/provider=myProvider/:add(enabled=true)

Disable a provider

**/spi=mySPI/provider=myProvider/:write-attribute(name=enabled,value=false)

Change the default provider for an SPI

**/spi=mySPI/:write-attribute(name=default-provider,value=myProvider)

Configure the dblock SPI

**/spi=dblock/:add(default-provider=jpa)
**/spi=dblock/provider=jpa/:add(properties={lockWaitTimeout => "900"},enabled=true)

Add or change a single property value for a provider

**/spi=dblock/provider=jpa/:map-put(name=properties,key=lockWaitTimeout,value=3)

Remove a single property from a provider

**/spi=dblock/provider=jpa/:map-remove(name=properties,key=lockRecheckTime)

Set values on a provider property of type List

**/spi=eventsStore/provider=jpa/:map-put(name=properties,key=exclude-events,value=[EVENT1,EVENT2])