Configures the credentials for the given user
Configures the credentials for the given user.
This command will exchange the given credentials for an access token that can be stored in the configuration profile. If the credentials are not provided as arguments to the login command, an interactive prompt will ask for all required information.
Organization and Tenant can also be configured with the following environment variables:
Both password based and OpenID Connect based authentication are supported. Depending on the configured authentication server there are several different authentication flags.
When password based authentication is configured, both –username and –password are required flags. User credentials can also be configured with the following environment variables:
When OpenID Connect based authentication is configured, users should authenticate with a browser using an OpenID Connect Device Code. Device Code authentication is initiated with –use-device-code. Automation systems may choose to use a trusted token exchange with –use-token-exchange and –access-token or –id-token. In both cases the username is inferred from the OpenID Connect token subject claim and not the commandline flag.
The token exchange is done using the cluster settings defined in the current profile, and
the user information will be stored in a user with the name
<cluster name>-<username>. This
user will be also set as the user for the current profile.
tctl login [flags]
--org string Name of the organization
--tenant string Name of the tenant
--username string Username
--password string Password
--use-device-code Use OIDC device code login
--use-token-exchange Use OIDC token exchange
--access-token string Access Token
--id-token string ID Token
-h, --help help for login
Options inherited from parent commands
-c, --config string Path to the config file to use. Can also be
specified via TCTL_CONFIG env variable. This flag
takes precedence over the env variable.
--debug Print debug messages for all requests and responses
--disable-tctl-version-warn If set, disable the outdated tctl version warning. Can also be
specified via TCTL_DISABLE_VERSION_WARN env variable.
-p, --profile string Use specific profile (default "default")