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socialcast-command-line

Purpose

Used as a command line interface to interact with the Socialcast API http://www.socialcast.com/resources/api.html

Installing

  1. Run: gem install socialcast
  2. Authenticate: socialcast authenticate
    • If your account is private cloud or On-Premise you will need to use socialcast authenticate --domain YOUR_DOMAIN_NAME

Available Commands

socialcast info

Used to tell you information about the currently installed gem.

Example $ socialcast -v

socialcast authenticate

Used to authenticate your local system to the Socialcast servers. This will create a credentials file stored locally that will be later used to send secure, authenticated requests to Socialcast.

Example $ socialcast authenticate --domain demo.socialcast.com

socialcast authenticate_external_system

Similar to the socialcast authenticate command listed above but will allow you to use a provisioning system to authenticate against Socialcast.

Example $ socialcast authenticate_external_system --domain demo.socialcast.com

Note: Using an external system is currently limited to the provisioning endpoint

socialcast share

Used to post a message to the stream as the currently authenticated person.

Example $ socialcast share 'Hi Team!'

socialcast provision

Used to sync an LDAP server with your Socialcast community.

For more detailed information

Example $ socialcast provision --config /path/to/ldap.yml

socialcast sync_photos

Used to sync an employees photos stored in LDAP with their Socialcast profile photo.

Example $ socialcast sync_photos --config /path/to/ldap.yml

Contributing

  • Fork the project.
  • Fix the issue
  • Add tests
  • Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.

See CONTRIBUTORS.txt for list of contributors

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2011 - 2015 VMware Inc. See LICENSE.txt for details.

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