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DataHUB access for ARC synchronization

last updated at 2022-12-20

✅ In case you are not a member of DataPLANT yet, please sign up. Afterwards, you will be granted access to DataPLANT’s DataHUB. The DataHUB allows you to share your ARCs with registered lab or project partners.

ARC Commander authentication

After successful registration, setup your machine for smooth ARC synchronization using the ARC Commander

  1. Allow git to store credentials on your machine.


    git config --global credential.helper cache


    git config --global credential.helper store


    git config --global credential.helper osxkeychain


    git config --global credential.helper store
  2. Create and set an access token

    arc remote accesstoken get -s

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

💡 This step needs to be done only once per machine, unless you delete the token from your DataHUB account.

A window within your browser will open, asking for your DataPLANT login. In case you are already logged in, the browser will directly display a plain Success message to you.

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