I have configured the GCP SDK in my local system. I want to change the project in GCP from the command line. How can I do that?
If you configured GCP SDK in your system properly, then you can list down all the projects using the below command.
$ gcloud projects list
Now you can switch to your project to use the services.
$ gcloud config set project my-project
gcloud config set project $MY_PROJECT_ID
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