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  • Manage the PIPEFORCE Cloud remotely

  • Connect On Premises systems with PIPEFORCE Cloud

  • Easily excecute execute single cloud commands or pipelines on the terminal

  • Develop integrations, apps, workflows and reports from within your preferred IDE

  • Run and monitor tests

  • Automate and execute business workflows


Even if you have a different favorite editor, we recommend you to start with this one, since it is easier to follow all of the examples. Later, you can switch to a different editor if you want.


After you have installed the CLI and setup an a PIPEFORCE instance, you can create a local workspace. Inside this workspace you can store all resources which must be deployed later to PIPEFORCE.


If you open this file, you can see it containing contains a simple hello world demo pipeline, which logs “Hello World” into the server log, and writes it into the body.


After the command was executed, you can see that your pipeline has been successfully created uploaded into the property store.

Anytime you change a resource in the workspace, calling pi publish afterwards, will create or update only those resources which have been changed after the last publish. This way, you can work in a very effective way.