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Replay - Resilient Developer's Corner: Integration First Steps

In the first session of the Resilient Developer's Corner series, learn how to start writing an integration and how to use the template files auto-generated from Resilient functions. Join Mark Scherfling, Resilient Engineering Manager, for this technical webinar and an in-depth look at the inner...

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RE: How to add keyring component within custom code

Hi David, Running codegen with sudo , is correct However you did miss a step. When you make any changes to your Functions, Workflows or Message Destinations in the Resilient UI, you need to generate an "Export" in order for resilient-circuits codegen to know what the latest changes to those...


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RE: How to add keyring component within custom code

Hi @Shane Curtin , Thanks a lot for the detailed explanation. I tried to replicate the same as recommended, however i am getting few errors. Kindly suggest what i am missing here. Modified app.config file as below: ​[test] queue=test user=useraccount secret=^key Modified the python code as below...


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RE: How to add keyring component within custom code

Hi David, OK, to access app.config variables inside your FunctionComponent code, see the following example: We setup a Message Destination fn sum and created a Function my calculator which uses the fn sum Message Destination. Then we added a section in the app.config file: [fn sum] , with two...


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RE: How to add keyring component within custom code

Hi @Shane Curtin , Thanks for your response. I have refereed ​the document, this talks about how to setup Key Ring. Which is already done in our environment. However, my question is after setting up the credentials into Keyring component, how do i make sure that my script uses those values that...


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RE: How to add keyring component within custom code

Hi David, Credentials used in within a function on your Integrations Sever (Resilient Circuits) are generally stored in the Integrations Server local Key Store and are then referenced in Resilient Circuits' app.config file See section 4 in our Function Developers Guide to configuring Resilient...



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How to add keyring component within custom code

Can someone help me here with the keyring component. I have a custom script which i am executing using the Resilient Circuits and Message Destination. Within this code currently we are passing the username and password (hard coded), but now we want to use the keyring component to have the...