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Managing Environment Variables

Managing Variables

The Platform allows you to define as many variables as you want for each different code service. You can manage variables through the Datica CLI.

List variables via the CLI

Below is an example command and the type of output you can expect to see:

datica -E Prod-app01 vars list app01

Sample Output:

CACHE01_URL=redis://cache01.internal:6379
DATABASE_URL=postgres://catalyze:1234567890@db01-01.internal:5432/catalyzeDB
PORT=8080
REDIS_URL=redis://cache01.internal:6379

Set variables via the CLI

Below is an example command:

datica -E Prod-app01 vars set app01 -v ENV_VAR1="MYVALUE1" -v ENV_VAR2="MYVALUE2"

For the new variable settings to take effect, you will need to redeploy your service.

datica -E Prod-app01 redeploy app01

Unset variables via the CLI

Below is an example command and the type of output you can expect to see:

datica -E Prod-app01 vars unset app01 -v ENV_VAR1

Sample Output:

Unset.

For the new variable settings to take effect, you will need to redeploy your service.

datica -E Prod-app01 redeploy app01

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