This document uses content conventions to convey specific meaning.
Replace the variable content that is shown in < > with values specific to your needs. Do not include < > characters in the command.
hzn key create "<companyname>" "<youremailaddress>"
Content that you see on the management hub or in code is a literal string. This content is shown as bold text.
If you examine the
service.sh code, you see that it uses these, and other configuration variables to control its behavior. PUBLISH controls if the code attempts to send messages to IBM Event Streams. MOCK controls if service.sh attempts to contact the REST APIs and its dependent services (cpu and gps) or if
service.sh creates fake data.