json-bourne-sfdx
A CLI plugin for Salesforce CLI to push and pull CPQ data
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"Jesus Christ, it's JSON Bourne"

A DX plugin to import and export reference data into your local file system.



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$ npm install -g json-bourne-sfdx
$ json-bourne-sfdx COMMAND
running command...
$ json-bourne-sfdx (-v|--version|version)
json-bourne-sfdx/0.1.0 darwin-x64 node-v8.11.2
$ json-bourne-sfdx --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ json-bourne-sfdx COMMAND
...

json-bourne-sfdx bourne:export [FILE]

Imports records from the object specified.

USAGE
  $ json-bourne-sfdx bourne:export [FILE]

OPTIONS
  -a, --pullall                                    Exports records from all objects specified in the config file.
  -c, --configfile=configfile                      [REQUIRED] The configuration JSON file location.
  -o, --object=object                              The sobject that you wish to import/export reference data from.
  -u, --targetusername=targetusername              username or alias for the target org; overrides default target org
  -v, --targetdevhubusername=targetdevhubusername  username or alias for the dev hub org; overrides default dev hub org
  --apiversion=apiversion                          override the api version used for api requests made by this command
  --json                                           format output as json
  --loglevel=(trace|debug|info|warn|error|fatal)   logging level for this command invocation

EXAMPLE
  $ sfdx bourne:pull -o Product2 -u myOrg -c config/cpq-cli-def.json
       Requesting data, please wait.... Request completed! Receieved X records.

See code: src/commands/bourne/export.ts

json-bourne-sfdx bourne:import [FILE]

Exports records from the object specified.

USAGE
  $ json-bourne-sfdx bourne:import [FILE]

OPTIONS
  -a, --pushall                                    Imports records from all objects specified in the config file.
  -c, --configfile=configfile                      [REQUIRED] The configuration JSON file location.
  -d, --datadir=datadir                            The path where the reference data resides. The default is 'data'.
  -o, --object=object                              The sobject that you wish to import/export reference data from.
  -r, --remove                                     Delete the record(s) from the target within the specified directory.
  -u, --targetusername=targetusername              username or alias for the target org; overrides default target org
  -v, --targetdevhubusername=targetdevhubusername  username or alias for the dev hub org; overrides default dev hub org
  --apiversion=apiversion                          override the api version used for api requests made by this command
  --json                                           format output as json
  --loglevel=(trace|debug|info|warn|error|fatal)   logging level for this command invocation

EXAMPLE
  $ sfdx bourne:import -o Product2 -u myOrg -c config/cpq-cli-def.json
       Deploying data, please wait.... Deployment completed!

See code: src/commands/bourne/import.ts

Debugging your plugin

We recommend using the Visual Studio Code (VS Code) IDE for your plugin development. Included in the .vscode directory of this plugin is a launch.json config file, which allows you to attach a debugger to the node process when running your commands.

To debug the hello:org command:

  1. Start the inspector

If you linked your plugin to the sfdx cli, call your command with the dev-suspend switch:

$ sfdx hello:org -u myOrg@example.com --dev-suspend

Alternatively, to call your command using the bin/run script, set the NODE_OPTIONS environment variable to --inspect-brk when starting the debugger:

$ NODE_OPTIONS=--inspect-brk bin/run hello:org -u myOrg@example.com
  1. Set some breakpoints in your command code
  2. Click on the Debug icon in the Activity Bar on the side of VS Code to open up the Debug view.
  3. In the upper left hand corner of VS Code, verify that the "Attach to Remote" launch configuration has been chosen.
  4. Hit the green play button to the left of the "Attach to Remote" launch configuration window. The debugger should now be suspended on the first line of the program.
  5. Hit the green play button at the top middle of VS Code (this play button will be to the right of the play button that you clicked in step #5).

    Congrats, you are debugging!

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