It would be helpful to other readers if you could at least copy and paste your issue into this forum, rather than making people go back and forth. But I had a look and will take a stab at it. What happens if you drop the last part of the command that reads --output . ? If you aren’t specifying a folder with the --output parameter, it defaults the the current working directly already, so that part is (at least) unnecessary.
Otherwise, it looks fine to me, and perhaps it is related to some sort of network issue? Trying a different network connection (e.g., a VPN) might be worth trying to see if that’s the cause.
You’re right, have pasted the issue in the first post here.
Removing --output gives me the same response.
Thought that it might be a network issue as well, but other commands that also use the organization id, such as f.e. bw get organization <orgid> or bw list org-collections --organizationid <orgid> does give a correct response. So don’t think that it has to do with network :s.
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