Help is integrated at every level in CommandBox. You can help global help, namespace help, or command help at any time.
To get an overall list of all the commands you have available to run, simply type
help at the shell.
Next, drill down and get help on a specific namespace like
And finally, get help on a single command such as
server stop. We can see the command is also aliased as just
stop as well as all the possible parameters and their types along with a few sample ways to call the command.
For a full list of all the commands that ship with CommandBox as well as all their paramaters and samples, please visit our Command API docs which are auto-generated each build. This is the same information available to you via the
help command, but in a searchable format you can browse outside of the CLI.
Sometimes, you need to view the CommandBox log file. Maybe it is to debug a command you are writing or to submit a crash report. The
system-log command outputs the path to the CommandBox log file. You can use it creatively by piping its output in to other commands:
CommandBox> system-log | open CommandBox> system-log | cat CommandBox> system-log | tail