snyk-projects-import

This Go utility allows you import a single file, multiple files, or the whole repo.


to import files and repos into Snyk.

Usage

By default the whole repo will be imported if the file_path flag is not specified.

  • --help – show help and all available flags

  • --token= – Snyk API token

  • --gitId= – Git integration ID: This can be found on the Integration page in the Settings area for all integrations that have been configured. https://app.snyk.io/org/*org-name*/manage/integrations Each org will have a unique integration ID for Git

  • --orgId= – Snyk Target/Destination Organization ID

  • --owner – For Github: account owner of the repository, For Azure Repos, this is Project ID, For Bitbucket Cloud, this is the Workspace ID

  • --repoName= – Name of the Repo

  • --branchName= – Name of the Branch

  • --filePath= – Optional: Relative path to one or more files. If passing in more than one file use a comma , to separate. e.g., --filePath=Dockerfile,kubernetes/goof-deployment.yaml

  • @args – Optional: You can also read one or more arguments from a file.

  • ** Flags or arguments cannot be repeated. If you have a flag defined in the args file then you cannot also pass that same flag in on the command-line. **

Examples

You can find usage instructions by running:

snyk-projects-import --help

How to import or refresh a full repo:

snyk-projects-import --token=<Snyk Token> --gitId=<git integration id> --orgId=<organization id> --owner=<repo owner> --repoName=<repo name> --branchName=<branch name>

Use the args files to pass in the Snyk Token:

echo --token=<snyk token> > args
snyk-projects-import @args --gitId=<git integration id> --orgId=<organization id> --owner=<repo owner> --repoName=<repo name> --branchName=<branch name>

How to import a Dockerfile in the root of the repo:

snyk-projects-import --token=<Snyk Token> --gitId=<git integration id> --orgId=<organization id> --owner=<repo owner> --repoName=<repo name> --branchName=<branch name> --filePath=Dockerfile

How to import multiple files that exist in a directory:

snyk-projects-import --token=<Snyk Token> --gitId=<git integration id> --orgId=<organization id> --owner=<repo owner> --repoName=<repo name> --branchName=<branch name> --filePath=kubernetes/goof-deployment.yaml, kubernetes/goof-mongo-deployment.yaml

Pass in all flags/arguments via the args file:

snyk-projects-import @args

Args file example:

--token=11111-1111-1111-1111-111111111111
--gitId=11111-2222-3333-4444-555555555555
--orgId=3333-3333-3333-3333-33333333333
--owner=hezro
--repoName=goof
--branchName=main

Binaries

Pre-built binaries for Linux, MacOS amd64, and MacOS arm64 (m1 chips) : https://github.com/hezro/snyk-projects-import/tree/main/bin

GitHub

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