targets set-credential-sources command lets you set credential sources on target resources.
This example sets a brokered credential source
clvlt_1234567890 on a target with the ID
$ boundary targets set-credential-sources -id ttcp_1234567890 -brokered-credential-source clvlt_1234567890
$ boundary targets set-credential-sources [options] [args]
-application-credential-source=<string>- This option is deprecated. Use
-brokered-credential-source=<string>- The brokered credential source you want to set on the target. Boundary returns the credential source to the user when it creates a connection. You may specify multiple credential sources.
-id=<string>- The ID of the target you want to set the credential source on.
-injected-application-credential-source=<string>- The injected credential source you want to set on the target. Boundary injects the credential source when it creates a connection. You may specify multiple credential sources.
-version=<int>- The version of the target to perform the operation on. If you do not specify a version, the command performs a check-and-set automatically.