Client error: License is not valid. Reason: App is not installed or the license is inactive. App key is org.swift.confluence.cli.

Description

I'm attempting to use the runFromCsv using the cli to adjust page permissions - view, edit in a space.

*I have created a csv file containing: *

"userId", "space", "title"

alpha029384Id, SpaceName, PageOne

alpha029385Id, SpaceName, PageTwo

I'm running the command:

1 Dans-MacBook-Air:atlassian-cli-8.8.0 danwilson$ ./acli.sh myconfluence --action runFromCsv --file "isosUser.csv" --common "--action addPermissions view"

and I get back:

1 2 Client error: License is not valid. Reason: App is not installed or the license is inactive. App key is org.swift.confluence.cli. Dans-MacBook-Air:atlassian-cli-8.8.0 danwilson$

I've also tried to place only ids in the csv - one per line and then run this command for the displayed result.

1 2 3 Dans-MacBook-Air:atlassian-cli-8.8.0 danwilson$ ./acli.sh myconfluence --action runFromCsv --file "File/isosUser.csv" --common "--action addPermissions" --permission view --space Isos --title "PageOne" Error: Unknown flag 'permission'.

I can edit permissions when I send commands for one user at a time, but nothing with runFromCsv

1 /acli.sh myconfluence --action addPermissions --space SpaceName --title "PageOne" --permissions view --userId alpha029384Id --descendents

Is this possible to batch out a group of permissions in cloud?
Am I forming the command incorrectly or doing something else wrong?

Thanks,
Dan

Environment

working on a mac with atlassian-cli-8.8.0 connecting to cloud account - Jira has CLI app installed

Status

Assignee

Bob Swift [Bob Swift Atlassian Apps]

Reporter

Dan Wilson

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Affects versions

8.8.0

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