16.19. taler-merchant-setup-reserve(1)

16.19.1. Name

taler-merchant-setup-reserve - setup reserve for tipping

16.19.2. Synopsis

taler-merchant-setup-reserve [options]

16.19.3. Description

taler-merchant-setup-reserve is a command line tool to setup a reserve (creating the private reserve key) and obtaining the wire transfer information from the exchange needed to fill the reserve.

16.19.4. Options

-a VALUE, --amount=VALUE
 Amount to be transferred to the reserve. Mandatory.
Use USERNAME and PASSWORD for HTTP client authentication. The “:” must be present as a separator. Note that this form of authentication has nothing to do with the TLS client certificate authentication supported with the “-C”, “-k” and “-p” options. The PASSWORD given to this option is given to the server! Optional.
 The specified CERTFILE contains a TLS client certificate to be used to authenticate the client. Optional. See also “-t”.
-e URL, --exchange-url=URL
 Use URL for the exchange base URL. This is the exchange where the reserve will be created. The currency used in the amount specification must be offered by this exchange. Mandatory.
 The specified KEYFILE contains a TLS client private key to be used to authenticate the client. Optional. See also “-p” and “-C”.
-m URL, --merchant-url=URL
 Use URL as the merchant base URL. Should include the path to the instance if the reserve is to be created for a non-default instance. Mandatory.
 The specified KEYFILEPASSPHRASE is to be used to decrypt the KEYFILE. Optional. See also “-k”. Not to be confused with “-A”. The KEYFILEPASSPHRASE given here is only used locally to decrypt the KEYFILE.
 The specified CERTFILE contains a TLS client certificate of CERTTYPE. Default is “PEM”. Optional. See also “-C”.
-w METHOD, --wire-method=METHOD
 Which wire method should be used. Needed to select the wire transfer method of the exchange. The method must be supported by the exchange. Typical values would be “iban” or “x-taler-bank”. Mandatory.
 Use the configuration and other resources for the merchant to operate from FILENAME.
-h, --help Print short help on options.
-v, --version Print version information.
-l LF, --logfile=LF
 Sends logs to file whose path is LF.
 Use loglevel LOGLEVEL.

16.19.5. Bugs

Report bugs by using https://bugs.taler.net/ or by sending electronic mail to <taler@gnu.org>.

16.19.6. See Also

taler-merchant-dbinit(1), taler.conf(5)