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[ aws . customer-profiles ]

create-profile

Description

Creates a standard profile.

A standard profile represents the following attributes for a customer profile in a domain.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  create-profile
--domain-name <value>
[--account-number <value>]
[--additional-information <value>]
[--party-type <value>]
[--business-name <value>]
[--first-name <value>]
[--middle-name <value>]
[--last-name <value>]
[--birth-date <value>]
[--gender <value>]
[--phone-number <value>]
[--mobile-phone-number <value>]
[--home-phone-number <value>]
[--business-phone-number <value>]
[--email-address <value>]
[--personal-email-address <value>]
[--business-email-address <value>]
[--address <value>]
[--shipping-address <value>]
[--mailing-address <value>]
[--billing-address <value>]
[--attributes <value>]
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--domain-name (string)

The unique name of the domain.

--account-number (string)

A unique account number that you have given to the customer.

--additional-information (string)

Any additional information relevant to the customer's profile.

--party-type (string)

The type of profile used to describe the customer.

Possible values:

  • INDIVIDUAL
  • BUSINESS
  • OTHER

--business-name (string)

The name of the customer’s business.

--first-name (string)

The customer’s first name.

--middle-name (string)

The customer’s middle name.

--last-name (string)

The customer’s last name.

--birth-date (string)

The customer’s birth date.

--gender (string)

The gender with which the customer identifies.

Possible values:

  • MALE
  • FEMALE
  • UNSPECIFIED

--phone-number (string)

The customer's phone number, which has not been specified as a mobile, home, or business number.

--mobile-phone-number (string)

The customer’s mobile phone number.

--home-phone-number (string)

The customer’s home phone number.

--business-phone-number (string)

The customer’s business phone number.

--email-address (string)

The customer's email address, which has not been specified as a personal or business address.

--personal-email-address (string)

The customer’s personal email address.

--business-email-address (string)

The customer’s business email address.

--address (structure)

A generic address associated with the customer that is not mailing, shipping, or billing.

Address1 -> (string)

The first line of a customer address.

Address2 -> (string)

The second line of a customer address.

Address3 -> (string)

The third line of a customer address.

Address4 -> (string)

The fourth line of a customer address.

City -> (string)

The city in which a customer lives.

County -> (string)

The county in which a customer lives.

State -> (string)

The state in which a customer lives.

Province -> (string)

The province in which a customer lives.

Country -> (string)

The country in which a customer lives.

PostalCode -> (string)

The postal code of a customer address.

Shorthand Syntax:

Address1=string,Address2=string,Address3=string,Address4=string,City=string,County=string,State=string,Province=string,Country=string,PostalCode=string

JSON Syntax:

{
  "Address1": "string",
  "Address2": "string",
  "Address3": "string",
  "Address4": "string",
  "City": "string",
  "County": "string",
  "State": "string",
  "Province": "string",
  "Country": "string",
  "PostalCode": "string"
}

--shipping-address (structure)

The customer’s shipping address.

Address1 -> (string)

The first line of a customer address.

Address2 -> (string)

The second line of a customer address.

Address3 -> (string)

The third line of a customer address.

Address4 -> (string)

The fourth line of a customer address.

City -> (string)

The city in which a customer lives.

County -> (string)

The county in which a customer lives.

State -> (string)

The state in which a customer lives.

Province -> (string)

The province in which a customer lives.

Country -> (string)

The country in which a customer lives.

PostalCode -> (string)

The postal code of a customer address.

Shorthand Syntax:

Address1=string,Address2=string,Address3=string,Address4=string,City=string,County=string,State=string,Province=string,Country=string,PostalCode=string

JSON Syntax:

{
  "Address1": "string",
  "Address2": "string",
  "Address3": "string",
  "Address4": "string",
  "City": "string",
  "County": "string",
  "State": "string",
  "Province": "string",
  "Country": "string",
  "PostalCode": "string"
}

--mailing-address (structure)

The customer’s mailing address.

Address1 -> (string)

The first line of a customer address.

Address2 -> (string)

The second line of a customer address.

Address3 -> (string)

The third line of a customer address.

Address4 -> (string)

The fourth line of a customer address.

City -> (string)

The city in which a customer lives.

County -> (string)

The county in which a customer lives.

State -> (string)

The state in which a customer lives.

Province -> (string)

The province in which a customer lives.

Country -> (string)

The country in which a customer lives.

PostalCode -> (string)

The postal code of a customer address.

Shorthand Syntax:

Address1=string,Address2=string,Address3=string,Address4=string,City=string,County=string,State=string,Province=string,Country=string,PostalCode=string

JSON Syntax:

{
  "Address1": "string",
  "Address2": "string",
  "Address3": "string",
  "Address4": "string",
  "City": "string",
  "County": "string",
  "State": "string",
  "Province": "string",
  "Country": "string",
  "PostalCode": "string"
}

--billing-address (structure)

The customer’s billing address.

Address1 -> (string)

The first line of a customer address.

Address2 -> (string)

The second line of a customer address.

Address3 -> (string)

The third line of a customer address.

Address4 -> (string)

The fourth line of a customer address.

City -> (string)

The city in which a customer lives.

County -> (string)

The county in which a customer lives.

State -> (string)

The state in which a customer lives.

Province -> (string)

The province in which a customer lives.

Country -> (string)

The country in which a customer lives.

PostalCode -> (string)

The postal code of a customer address.

Shorthand Syntax:

Address1=string,Address2=string,Address3=string,Address4=string,City=string,County=string,State=string,Province=string,Country=string,PostalCode=string

JSON Syntax:

{
  "Address1": "string",
  "Address2": "string",
  "Address3": "string",
  "Address4": "string",
  "City": "string",
  "County": "string",
  "State": "string",
  "Province": "string",
  "Country": "string",
  "PostalCode": "string"
}

--attributes (map)

A key value pair of attributes of a customer profile.

key -> (string)

value -> (string)

Shorthand Syntax:

KeyName1=string,KeyName2=string

JSON Syntax:

{"string": "string"
  ...}

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally.

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Output

ProfileId -> (string)

The unique identifier of a customer profile.