Management commands
atfinity supports a list of management commands to make administrating your installation easier.
They are executed via ./atfinity.sh COMMAND.
Command
Description
display_version [-c TENANT_ID]
Display the current version of the software. If tenant_id is also provided, the current version of that tenants configuration is also displayed.
caseoverview
Display an overview of past and present cases, grouped by the processes. For clients with a fee based on the number of cases completed, we will ask you to send us the output of this command.
createtenant [-t TENANT_TITLE] [-s TENANT_SUBDOMAIN]
Create a new tenant.
createuser -u USER_EMAIL -p PASSWORD -t TENANT_ID [--meta_admin]
Create a new user within the given tenant or (if user exists) reset password and update meta_admin status.
createtenantanduser -s TENANT_SUBDOMAIN [-u USER_EMAIL] [-p PASSWORD] [-t TENANT_TITLE]
Create a new tenant with an attached meta admin user.
changepassword USER_EMAIL
Reset a user's password (will ask for a new password).
showtenants
List all tenants of the system.
showusers
List all users of all tenants in the system.
zip_import ZIP_FILE_TO_IMPORT
Clear the current database and import a .zip with data and files. The .zip will first be copied into a shared folder with the docker container and then imported.
zip_export -o /import/data_and_files_export.zip
Export all current data and files to a .zip. The .zip will appear in the /import folder as data_and_files_export.zip.
removeoldtasks
Remove celery tasks (and their attachments) older than a week. We recommend running this periodically.
invalidate_cases
Invalidates all cases for all tenants and forces the rule engine to recalculate all cases and case results when a case is opened again
delete_all_cases_and_instances -t TENANT_ID
Delete all cases and instances for a specific tenant
delete_all_data
Delete all case and instance data in the whole database.
delete_tenant TENANT_ID1 [TENANT_ID2 ... TENANT_IDN]
Delete the tenants with the given ids.
make_order_consecutive -t TENANT_ID
Make order consecutive for configuration items (e.g. Documents, Categories, Information, etc.) for the specified tenant.
clear_admin_logs -t TENANT_ID
Removes all the logs from the database for the given tenant
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