config command displays the organization ID, project ID and the
application name that the CLI is currently configured to target. If
flags are specified it will update the current config.
$ vlt config
App Name: vault-edu-secrets Project ID: 0011a1aa-22bb-33cc-d44d-555eee555e55 Organization ID: 11aa1a11-22b2-33cc-4dd4-5555ee666666
If no config has been found, the user will be prompted to run
vlt config init.
No configuration has been found. Try running `vlt config init`
The example shows that the CLI is currently pointing to the
To update config values the user can provide a flag to override the value.
$ vlt config -a my-new-app
App Name: my-new-app Project ID: 0011a1aa-22bb-33cc-d44d-555eee555e55 Organization ID: 11aa1a11-22b2-33cc-4dd4-5555ee666666
If the app name can't be verified the message will reflect that.
The CLI will verify any values that are being updated and will not update if an organization id, project id or app name provided can't be validated.
app name provided could not be found