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project Command Group¤

List, import, export, create, delete or open projects.

Projects are identified by a PROJECT_ID.


To get a list of existing projects, execute the project list command or use tab-completion.

project open¤

Open projects in the browser.

$ cmemc project open PROJECT_IDS...

With this command, you can open a project in the workspace in your browser to change them.

The command accepts multiple projects IDs which results in opening multiple browser tabs.

project list¤

List available projects.

$ cmemc project list [OPTIONS]

Outputs a list of project IDs which can be used as reference for the project create, delete, export and import commands.

--raw       Outputs raw JSON.
--id-only   Lists only project identifier and no labels or other meta data.
            This is useful for piping the IDs into other commands.

project export¤

Export projects to files.

$ cmemc project export [OPTIONS] [PROJECT_IDS]...

Projects can be exported with different export formats. The default type is a zip archive which includes metadata as well as dataset resources. If more than one project is exported, a file is created for each project. By default, these files are created in the current directory and with a descriptive name (see --template option default).


Projects can be listed by using the project list command.

You can use the template string to create subdirectories.

$ cmemc config list | parallel -I% cmemc -c % project export --all -t "dump/{{connection}}/{{date}}-{{id}}.project"
-a, --all                     Export all projects.
-o, --overwrite               Overwrite existing files. This is a dangerous
                              option, so use it with care.

--output-dir DIRECTORY        The base directory, where the project files
                              will be created. If this directory does not
                              exist, it will be silently created.  [default:

--type TEXT                   Type of the exported project file(s). Use the
                              --help-types option or tab completion to see a
                              list of possible types.  [default: xmlZip]

-t, --filename-template TEXT  Template for the export file name(s). Possible
                              placeholders are (Jinja2): {{id}} (the project
                              ID), {{connection}} (from the --connection
                              option) and {{date}} (the current date as
                              YYYY-MM-DD). The file suffix will be appended.
                              Needed directories will be created.  [default:

--extract                     Export projects to a directory structure
                              instead of a ZIP archive. Note that the
                              --filename-template option is ignored here.
                              Instead, a sub-directory per exported project
                              is created under the output directory. Also
                              note that not all export types are

--help-types                  Lists all possible export types.

project import¤

Import a project from a file or directory.

$ cmemc project import [OPTIONS] PATH [PROJECT_ID]
$ cmemc project import my_project
-o, --overwrite  Overwrite an existing project. This is a dangerous option,
                 so use it with care.

project delete¤

Delete projects.

$ cmemc project delete [OPTIONS] [PROJECT_IDS]...

This deletes existing data integration projects from Corporate Memory.


Projects will be deleted without prompting!


Projects can be listed by using the project list command.

-a, --all   Delete all projects. This is a dangerous option, so use it with

project create¤

Create projects.

$ cmemc project create PROJECT_IDS...

This creates one or more new projects. Existing projects will not be overwritten.


Projects can be listed by using the project list command.

project reload¤

Reload projects from the workspace provider.

$ cmemc project reload [OPTIONS] [PROJECT_IDS]...

This command reloads all tasks of a project from the workspace provider. This is the same as the workspace reload command, but for a single project only.


You need this in case you changed project data externally or loaded a project which uses plugins which are not installed yet. In this case, install the plugin(s) and reload the project afterwards.


Depending on the size your datasets esp. your Knowledge Graphs, reloading a project can take a long time to re-create the path caches.

-a, --all   Reload all projects