When you run the
onboardbase setup command and select an organization, a project, and an environment, an
.onboardbase.yaml is created for you in the current directory.
This is a local configuration file with the value you specified in the setup process:
- DATABASE_URL: 2314
- SSH: |
-----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY-----
-----END OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY-----
project: The Onboardbase project associated with the current scope/directory.
environment: The local environment.
prefix(optional): Appends a special string to the beginning of every secret coming from Onboardbase. This is useful if a project requires that secrets start with a particular string. For example, a React application can have a prefix
REACT_APPto make integrations of secrets convenient for a team.
secrets(optional): This variable is useful for local development when it doesn't make sense to define the variable in Onboardbase or when you want to temporarily overwrite an existing one.
local: This is a key-value pair of a project secret. Use it to override the secrets coming from the Onboardbase server. For example, if your project has
27017, but your local development port is different, you can specify the secret in this section to override what value is coming from Onboardbase.
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