Credential Store
  • 28 Nov 2022
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Credential Store

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The Credential Store allows you to add and configure credentials within the Liquit Workspace. The credentials can be used within packages, to perform network actions under the 'Device' context using the specified network credentials or for enabling SSO for specific actions.

With the use of Dynamic Variables its possible to create variables that are linked to a credential object. These variables can be used within actions, for example use the username and/or password in command line parameters within "Start Process" action or within an URL of an "Open URL" action.

The following types of credentials are available:

Type Description
Static Static credentials allow for fixed username and password authentication.
Dynamic Template credentials provide the means to create dynamic per user credentials. When using the template the user has to specify their credential only once during first usage of this template.

Details

The details screen provides a few basic options to configure the Credential.

Static

Name Description
Name A friendly name for the Credential
Type The type of Credential, this can’t be changed after creation
Description A description for the Credential
Username The username used for authentication
Password The password used for authentication

Template

Name Description
Name A friendly name for the Credential
Type The type of Credential, this can’t be changed after creation
Description A description for the Credential
Username Specify the default syntax for constructing the username. The following variables are available:
  • ${Identity.UserName} Username of currently logged in account
  • ${Identity.Source} Identity Source name of the logged on account
  • ${Identity.ID} Unique user ID of the logged on account
  • ${Identity.Mail} Mail address of the logged on account
  • ${Identity.DisplayName} Display Name of the logged on account
  • ${Input.UserName} The user will be asked to enter their own username and will be filled in this variable
Verify Password When Verify passwords is enabled, the password will be validated with the Identity Source before being accepted.

Dependencies

The "Dependencies" tab shows where this credential is used. Credentials can be used within Variables and Actions (Packages).


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