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sb solana permission create

$ sb solana permission create --granter <value> --grantee <value> [-h] [-v] [-s] [--mainnetBeta | --cluster
devnet|mainnet-beta|mainnet|localnet] [-u <value>] [--programId <value>] [--attestationProgramId <value>]
[--commitment confirmed|finalized|processed] [-k <value>] [--ledgerPath <value> --ledger] [--json] [--enable] [-a

-a, --authority=<value> alternate keypair that is the authority for the granter
-h, --help Show CLI help.
-k, --keypair=<value> keypair that will pay for onchain transactions. defaults to new account authority if
no alternate authority provided
-s, --silent suppress cli prompts
-u, --rpcUrl=<value> alternate RPC url
-v, --verbose log everything
--attestationProgramId=<value> alternative Switchboard Attestation program ID to interact with
--cluster=<option> the solana cluster to connect to
<options: devnet|mainnet-beta|mainnet|localnet>
--commitment=<option> [default: confirmed] transaction commitment level to use
<options: confirmed|finalized|processed>
--enable whether to enable permissions on the resource. --keypair or --authority must be
--grantee=<value> (required) publicKey of the resource that is being granted permissions. This is
typically an AggregatorAccount, BufferRelayerAccount, OracleAccount, or VrfAccount.
--granter=<value> (required) publicKey of the resource that is granting permissions. This is typically
the QueueAccount.
--ledger enable ledger support
--ledgerPath=<value> HID path to the ledger
--mainnetBeta WARNING: use mainnet-beta solana cluster
--programId=<value> alternative Switchboard program ID to interact with

--json Format output as json.

create a permission account