|Manage Watson Conversation Workspaces|
Installation and OverviewIf you have been working with the Watson service and Python before, you probably already have everything installed. If not, you need to install Python and then head over to the Watson Developer Tools and follow the link to the Python SDK. Install that, too. Now download a copy of or clone my repository watson-conversation-tool. As last step, copy the file "config.json.sample" to "config.json" and fill in your credentials for the Watson Conversation service. Done.
The tool consists of a single script named "wctool.py". It reads the parameters and options and defines a function for each of the commands (relating to the available workspace API). To list workspaces, to get details on existing workspace, update or delete it, or to create a new workspace it simply passes the right parameters to the SDK functions for conversations.
Want to list all your workspaces?
python wctool.py -l
Get a specific workspace identified by its ID and save it to a file:
python wctool.py -g -id "henrik-22is22-cool-ce28a1d9f3f5" -o myWS.json
You find the full syntax and a sample work session with the tool in the README and in a notebook in the GitHub repository for my watson-conversation-tool.
Let me know if you have questions or feature requests by opening an issue or leaving a comment.