Name

globus-connect-server collection update - Update a collection

Synopsis

globus-connect-server collection update COLLECTION_ID [OPTIONS]…​

Description

The globus-connect-server collection update command updates a collection. This can be used to manage a mapped or a guest collection.

There is one required argument to this command: COLLECTION_ID. This is the id of the collection to update. The id value is displayed when the collection is created, or may be found by running the globus-conect-server collection list command.

The rest of the parameters for this command are the same as those to the globus-conect-server collection create command.

Options

-h, --help

Show help message and exit.

--version

Show the version and exit.

-F, --format "text"|"json"

Output format for this command. If the format is json, then the resulting role document is displayed.

--allow-guest-collections
--no-allow-guest-collections

Allow Guest Collections to be created on this Collection. This option is only usable on Mapped Collections. If this option is disabled on a Mapped Collection which already has associated Guest Collections, those collections will no longer be accessible

--sharing-restrict-paths JSON|file:JSON_FILE

Path restrictions for sharing data on guest collections based on this collection. This option is only usable on mapped collections. In the first syntax, you pass a PathRestrictions as a string; in the second syntax you pass the path to a file containing the PathRestrictions object.

--force-encryption
--no-force-encryption

When set, all transfers to and from this collection are always encrypted. If not set, this can be configured on a per-transfer basis.

--keywords string,string,…​

Comma separated list of keywords to help searches for the collection

--department DEPARTMENT

Department which operates the collection

--organization ORGANIZATION

Organization for the Collection

--contact-email EMAIL

Contact email for the Collection

--contact-info INFO

Contact info for the Collection

--info-link URL

Link to a web page containing info about the collection.

--description STRING

Description of the collection.

--public
--private

Set the Collection to be public or private (defaults to public)