Create Configuration Row

Create an empty configuration row.

kbc local create row [flags]

Or shorter:

kbc create row [flags]
kbc c row [flags]

Create a new configuration row in your local directory and assign it a unique ID (i.e., the persist command is called automatically). To save it to the project, run the kbc sync push command afterwards. You will be prompted for a name, a branch, and a component ID.

Some components have a default content that will be used (if specified by the component author). For others, config.json will only contain an empty JSON document {}.

Tip: You can create a new configuration row by copying an existing one and running the persist command.


-b, --branch string <string>
Id or name of the branch
-c, --config <string>
Id or name of the configuration
-n, --name <string>
Name of the new configuration row

Global Options


➜ kbc create row

? Enter a name for the new config row customer

? Select the target branch Main (4908)

? Select the target config invoices (7475544)
Created new config row "main/extractor/keboola.ex-db-mysql/invoices/rows/customer"
➜ kbc create config -n customer -b main -c invoices
Created new config row "main/extractor/keboola.ex-db-mysql/invoices/rows/customer"

Next Steps