View possible configuration settings for your package

To view possible configuration settings for a package, run:

tanzu package available get$TAP_VERSION --values-schema --namespace tap-install

The package does not show all configuration settings for packages it plans to install. The package only shows top-level keys. You can view individual package configuration settings with the same tanzu package available get command. For example, to find the keys for Cloud Native Runtimes, you must first identify the version of the package with tanzu package installed list -n tap-install, which lists all the installed packages versions. Then run the command tanzu package available get -n tap-install --values-schema by using the package version listed for Cloud Native Runtimes.

profile: full

# ...

# For example, CNRs specific values go under its name
  provider: local

# For example, App Accelerator specific values go under its name
    service_type: "ClusterIP"

The following table summarizes the top-level keys used for package-specific configuration within your tap-values.yaml.

Package Top-level Key
see table below shared
API Auto Registration api_auto_registration
API portal api_portal
Application Accelerator accelerator
Application Live View appliveview
Application Live View connector appliveview_connector
Application Live View conventions appliveview-conventions
Cartographer cartographer
Cloud Native Runtimes cnrs
Convention controller convention_controller
Source Controller source_controller
Supply Chain supply_chain
Supply Chain Basic ootb_supply_chain_basic
Supply Chain Testing ootb_supply_chain_testing
Supply Chain Testing Scanning ootb_supply_chain_testing_scanning
Supply Chain Security Tools - Scan scanning
Supply Chain Security Tools - Scan (Grype Scanner) grype
Supply Chain Security Tools - Store metadata_store
Build Service buildservice
Tanzu Application Platform GUI tap_gui
Learning Center learningcenter

Shared Keys define values that configure multiple packages. These keys are defined under the shared Top-level Key, as summarized in the following table:

Shared Key Used By Description
ca_cert_data convention_controller, scanning, source_controller Optional: PEM-encoded certificate data to trust TLS connections with a private CA

For information about package-specific configuration, see Install individual packages.

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