I am new to Appian and We have a scenario that we are providing one form to customers. in that form we are giving them one link (Related to another application), the provided link has login details, now my scenario was customer don't want to enter login details. we need to fetch from admin console --third party credentials and we need to pass those values to that link, is there any possibility to do these task.
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Not using the Third Party Credentials. These can only be used by Java plugins.
Now, these "secure" credentials could be just stored in a constant and attached to the link.
HI stefan Helzle
I stored credentials in a constant and attached to the link , it was troughing 404 bad request error.
What are the java plugins can we use?
Then you have an issue in creating that link. Java plugins will not help you here.
BTW, when talking about a link. Are you sure that the credentials need to be added to the URL? Can you share more details?
my link should be similar as:
gmail login:"Gmail (google.com)"
when user click that link page was opening , now they need to enter the details manually.
Nowin my case i want to enter the details directly from the appian (admin console --thirdparty credientails)
after logged in also url not changing
I am very sure you cannot login to google by putting some credentials into the URL. The URL is not encrypted and would make the credentials public.
How can I save a Password in a secure way within Appian and then recover it automatically from a process. I haven't found anything except Secure Credntials Store, and still I don't know how to access it from Process models
The SCS is only accessible from Java code in plugins.
There is no real integrated solution for managing credentials. What is your use case?
Thanks any Java Code Plugin available in the market that allows it?
For example, I would like to lock a document protected by a password (that is stored in the SCS or somewhere else that is secured).
From a process, I should be able to unlock it treat (modifying it for example) then lock it again before ending the process.
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