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       ecaccess-event-create - Create an ECaccess Event


       ecaccess-event-create -version|-help|-manual

       ecaccess-event-create [-debug] [-overwrite] [-public] [-comment string] event-name


       Allow creating an ECaccess Event. As a result the event-id is displayed.

       If an event already exists with the same event-name then by default the request is
       rejected (please check the -overwrite option).

       By default an event is private and restricted to its owner. Access can however be shared
       with other users thanks to the ecaccess-event-grant command or with the -public option
       which make it visible to all.


               The name of the Event to create.


               Allow deleting an existing event with the same name and create a new one (the
               identifier will be however different to the original one).

       -public Allow creating a public event which can be used by everybody. In order to have a
               better tunning of the permissions please keep the event private and use the
               ecaccess-event-grant command instead.

       -comment string
               Specify the string to display as a comment for the event.

               Display version number and exits.

       -help   Print a brief help message and exits.

       -manual Prints the manual page and exits.

       -retry count
               Number of SSL connection retries per 5s to ECMWF. This parameter only apply to the
               initial SSL connection initiated by the command to the ECMWF server. It does not
               apply to all the subsequent requests made afteward as it is mainly targeting
               errors that can happen from time to time during the SSL handshake. Default is no

       -debug  Display the SOAP and SSL messages exchanged.


       ecaccess-event-create -public -comment "My Comment" "My Event Name"

       Create the new event with the name "My Event Name" and the comment "My Comment". This new
       event is public and other users can subscribe to it.


       ecaccess-event-grant, ecaccess-event-clear, ecaccess-event-send, ecaccess-event-list,
       ecaccess-event-delete and ecaccess.