The CLI connects Jans Config API to perform configuration. It provides an interactive menu-driven mode for admins who don’t want to struggle with lengthy curl commands. You can also use the CLI as one liners.

Jans-cli calls the Jans Config API to perform various operations. During Janssen installation, the installer creates a client to use Jans Config API. Jans-cli uses this client to call Jans Config API. The client ID (id) and the encrypted client secret is stored in the config.ini file of jans-cli.

This project uses Weld, the reference implementation of CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform – a JCP standard for dependency injection and contextual lifecycle management.

Jans Config Api endpoints can be used to configure jans-auth-server, which is an open-source OpenID Connect Provider (OP) and UMA Authorization Server (AS)

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