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appnameThe name of the app to set the domain for. If omitted, the command needs to be run in application's root directory, or specify the application's directory with the -d option.
--set <domain>Set domain binding for the application to the specified domain name. A domain record must exist for the specified domain name, pointing to the application's URL. Do not specify the protocol, that is, do not add `http://` or `https://`, when setting this parameter. You may bind up to five domain names to the application.
--remove [domain]Remove domain binding from the application. If the application has more than one domain, you will be prompted to select the domain to remove or you can optionally specify the domain to remove.
--org <orgid>The ID of the organization the application belongs to. This parameter only is required if the target application has the same name as an application in another organization you belong to.
--path <path>Specifies a URL path for routing. Use this parameter when setting more than one application to the same domain name. Set the domain first.
--checkCheck the current domain setting.
-h--helpDisplays help information about the command.


Download the app source file with specified app name and version. If no app name is provided, specify the app directory with either dir or -d. The currently deployed app version will be downloaded if no app version option provided.

Code Block
download [options] [appname]






Shows a list of applications owned by the current user. By default, data is listed for all applications. You can specify an application name to only show details for that application. The information returned by this command also includes error messages, if any, related to the application's deployment and execution.