event: events management

Event commands allows you to create/modify or get data about an event, and to manage your invitees.

list

List events available on a service

example

Retrieve events of profile:

$ jp event list

get

Get metadata about a specific event.

example

Retrieve an event metadata:

$ jp event get  -n org.salut-a-toi.event:0__BsyCsXpcrRh44CQhSVTUMi -i 'org.salut-a-toi.event:0'

create

Create a new event. You can specify the date of the event with -d DATE, --date DATE, and an id with -i ID, --id ID (default id is used if omitted).

Configuration options are specified using -f KEY VALUE, --field KEY VALUE where key can be a custom data or one of:

name
name of the event
description
details of the event
image
URL of the main picture of the event
background-image
URL of image to use as background
register
a boolean value, set to true if you want to register the event in your local list

example

Create an event about to celebrate New Year:

$ jp event create -d 2019-12-31 -f name "New Year's Eve" -f description "Party to celebrate new year" -f register true -f image https://example.net/some_image.jpg

modify

This command in the same way as jp-event_create but modify an existing event. You need to specify the node of the event to modify using -n NODE, --node NODE.

example

Add a background image to the New Year event created above:

$ jp event modify -n org.salut-a-toi.event:0__d8QQLJvbcpDXxK66UBXKfT -f background-image https://example.net/some_background_image.jpg

invitee

Subcommands to handle guests. Please check event/invitee: event invitees management.