Drush commands

dkan:dataset-info

View information about a dataset.

Arguments

  • uuid The uuid of a dataset.


dkan:datastore:drop

Drop a datastore.

Arguments

  • uuid The uuid of a dataset.


dkan:datastore:drop-all

Drop a ALL datastore tables.


dkan:datastore:import

You can manually import file data into the datastore with the identifier of the distribution. There are two main ways to get the distribution uuid:

  1. Use the API to get the identifier of the file you want to import. The identifier will be at distribution.0.data.%Ref:downloadURL.0.data.identifier

  2. Use dkan:dataset-info

Arguments

  • uuid The uuid of a resource.

  • deferred Whether or not the process should be deferred to a queue.


dkan:datastore:localize

You can manually ‘localize’ the source files for a distribution, by fetching a copy to the local file system. There are two main ways to get the distribution uuid:

  1. Use the API to get the identifier of the file you want to import. The identifier will be at distribution.0.data.%Ref:downloadURL.0.data.identifier

  2. Use dkan:dataset-info

Arguments

  • uuid The uuid of a resource.

  • deferred Whether or not the process should be deferred to a queue.


dkan:datastore:list

List information about all datastores.

Options

  • format The format of the data. (default: table)

  • status Show imports of the given status.

  • uuid-only Only the list of uuids.


dkan:datastore:prepare-localized

Prepare the local perspective for a resource.

Will do the following:

  • Prepare the directory in the file system.

  • Add the local_url perspective to the resource mapper. Note this is missing the file checksum.

  • Display the info necessary to perform an external file fetch.

Arguments

  • identifier Datastore resource identifier, e.g., “b210fb966b5f68be0421b928631e5d51”.


dkan:datastore:reimport

Re-import data into the datastore for every distribution in a dataset.

Arguments

  • uuid The uuid of a dataset.


dkan:harvest:archive

Archives (unpublish) harvested entities.

Arguments

  • harvestId The id of the harvest source.


dkan:harvest:deregister

Deregister a harvest.

Arguments

  • harvestId The harvest id


dkan:harvest:info

Give information about a previous harvest run.

Arguments

  • harvestId The harvest id.

  • runId The run’s id.


dkan:harvest:list

List available harvests.


dkan:harvest:publish

Publishes harvested entities.

Arguments

  • harvestId. The id of the harvest source.


dkan:harvest:register

Register a new harvest.

Arguments

  • Harvest plan configuration as a JSON string. Wrap in single quotes, do not add spaces between elements.

Options

  • identifier The harvest id.

  • extract-type Extract type.

  • extract-uri Extract URI.

  • transform A transform class to apply. You may pass multiple transforms.

  • load-type Load class.

Usage

dkan-harvest:register '{"identifier":"myHarvestId","extract":{"type":"\\Harvest\\ETL\\Extract\\DataJson","uri":"http://example.com/data.json"},"transforms":[],"load":{"type":"\\Drupal\\harvest\\Load\\Dataset"}}'

Or

dkan:harvest:register --identifier=myHarvestId --extract-uri=http://example.com/data.json


dkan:harvest:revert

Revert a harvest, i.e. remove harvested entities and unpublish orhpaned keywords, themes, and distributions.

Arguments

  • harvestId The source to revert.

Usage

drush dkan:harvest:revert myHarvestId


dkan:harvest:run-all

Run all pending harvests.


dkan:harvest:run

Run a harvest.

Arguments

  • harvestId The harvest id.


dkan:harvest:status

Show status of of a particular harvest run.

Arguments

  • harvestId The id of the harvest source.

  • runId The run’s id. Optional. Show the status for the latest run if not provided.

Usage

drush dkan:harvest:status myHarvestId 1599157120


dkan:metadata-form:sync

Synchronize the module with the React app.


dkan:metastore-search:rebuild-tracker

Rebuild the search api tracker for the dkan index.


dkan:metastore:publish

Publish the latest version of a dataset.

Arguments

  • uuid Dataset identifier.


dkan:sample-content:create

Create sample content.


dkan-test-users

If you are using the DKAN DDEV Add-On, you can create and delete test user accounts with the following commands.

Add users

ddev dkan-test-users

Remove users

ddev dkan-test-users --remove

You can define your own custom test users by adding a testuser.json file to the root of your project. These commands will generate and remove the users specified, if no file is found, the DKAN default user accounts will be used.