set property

Sets a property with a specified value. Some property keys accept only specific values. For help about the format of the valid values of a property, call 'scm set property ' without specifying a file, folder, or value.

Aliases:

set prop

Usage: scm set property [-r/--repository-uri <arg>] [-u/--username <arg> -P/--password <arg> | -u/--username <arg> --password-file <arg> | --certificate <arg> -P/--password <arg> | --smartCard -u/--username <arg> | --kerberos | --integratedWindows] [-d/--directory <arg>] [-N/--no-local-refresh] [-f/--force] <key> <value> <files...>

key The key for the property that is associated with the specified value.
value The value of the property.
files The files for which the specified property value is set.

Options:

-r, --repository-uri <arg> The URI that specifies the location of the repository.
-u, --username <arg> The user name for the repository.
-P, --password <arg> The password for the repository.
    --password-file <arg> File that contains the user's password.
    --certificate <arg> The file that contains the user's login certificate.
    --smartCard Use the connected smart card for authentication.
    --kerberos Authenticate with Windows user credentials using Kerberos/SPNeGO.
    --integratedWindows Authenticate with Windows user credentials using Integrated Windows Authentication.
-d, --directory <arg> Specifies the root of the shared file system.
-N, --no-local-refresh Does not scan the file system for new changes. This option overrides the value of the 'refresh.local.changes' preference. To see the current value of this preference, run 'lscm get preference refresh.local.changes'.
-f, --force Forces the property to be set. This flag might not be applicable to all properties.


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