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ARC Commander DataHUB access

last updated at 2024-01-25

The DataHUB allows you to share your ARCs with registered lab or project partners. After registration, you need to setup the ARC Commander for smooth ARC synchronization between your computer and the DataHUB.

💡 This needs to be done only once per computer.

Enable Git to store credentials on your computer

Open a command prompt or terminal and execute the following command(s)

Windows / Linux git config --global credential.helper store MacOS git config --global credential.helper osxkeychain Receive and store a DataHUB temporary (2 hour) access token arc remote accesstoken get -s https://git.nfdi4plants.org

A browser window will open asking for your DataPLANT login. After login you are asked to authorize your computer to communicate with the DataHUB.
In case you are already logged in, the browser will directly display a plain Success message to you.

💡 This authenticates your computer to communicate with your personal DataHUB account

💡 After two hours you have to repeat this process as this token will expire. Have a look at the next section to learn how to create a longer lasting token.

Create and store a configurable DataHUB access token for your project

Access tokens created with the ARCommander expire after two hours. To create a longer-lasting access token for your project, follow these steps:

  1. In your browser, visit your ARC in the DataHub instance of your choice, e.g.: Alt text

  2. Select 'Settings' (1), then 'Access Tokens' (2): Alt text

  3. Choose a name for your token (1), set an expiration date (2), assign a role (3), configure permissions (4), and create your token (5): Alt text

  4. Once created, you can copy the token: Alt text

  5. Finally, save the token by opening a command-line interface and navigating to the root of your project. Then, execute to save your token locally:

arc remoteaccess accesstoken store --token <replaceWithYourToken>

Once set up, you will not need to authenticate yourself (e.g., by manually retrieving a token through 'arc remote token get') until the token expires. When switching to another machine you have to repeat the process.

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