How to configure credentials in Rill
How you configure access to MotherDuck depends on whether you are developing a project locally using
rill start or are setting up a deployment using
Configure credentials for local development
When developing a project locally, you need to set
motherduck_token in your environment variables.
An example of using this syntax in terminal:
You can also add this line to your bash profile.
Refer to MotherDuck docs for more information on authenticating with token.
Configure credentials for deployments on Rill Cloud
Once a project having a MotherDuck source has been deployed using
rill deploy, Rill requires you to explicitly provide the motherduck token using following command:
rill env configure
Note that you must
cd into the Git repository that your project was deployed from before running
rill env configure.