Power Apps CLI tooling is the first step toward a comprehensive application life-cycle management (ALM) story where the enterprise developers and ISVs can create, build, debug, and publish their extensions and customizations quickly and efficiently. More information: What is Microsoft Power Apps CLI?
With this feature, Microsoft Power Apps portals supports Power Apps CLI to enable CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) of portal configuration. You can now check-in the portal configuration to source control and move portal configuration to any environment using Power Apps CLI.
The feature provides the following capabilities during this public preview:
- List all portal websites from the connected Dataverse environment
- Download portal website content
- Upload portal website content
For a step-by-step instructions, please refer to Install Power Apps CLI.
After installing Power Apps CLI, open a command-prompt and run pac to verify that the output contains “paportal” – the command for Power Apps portals.
Power Apps CLI command for portals is “paportal”.
The following sections provides additional details about different properties of “paportal” command.
Lists all portal websites from the current Microsoft Dataverse environment.
pac paportal list
Download portal website content from the current Dataverse environment.
|–path||Path where the website content will be downloaded (alias: -p).|
|–webSiteId||Portal website id to download (alias: -id).|
|–overwrite||(Optional) true – to overwrite existing content, false – to fail if the folder already has website content (alias: -o).|
pac paportal download –path “C:portals” –webSiteId f88b70cc-580b-4f1a-87c3-41debefeb902
Upload portal website content to the current Dataverse environment.
|–path||Path where the website content is stored (alias: -p).|
pac paportal upload –path “C:portalsstarter-portal”
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See documentation here for detailed overview.