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Credential Vault APIs

  • Actualizado: 2022/01/28
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Credential Vault APIs

As an Control Room user with Manage my credentials and lockers feature permissions, you have the option to use the Credential Vault API to manage your attributes, credentials, and lockers in the Control Room.

Nota: Puede ver el Control Room APIs en el Community Editionpero la funcionalidad de la API es limitada. Necesita una licencia Automation 360 Edition para acceder a toda la funcionalidad de las APIs.

By default, all users can create credentials. You are the Credential owner of any credentials that you created. As a Credential owner, you can update, delete, and transfer the ownership of your credentials.

Configure the Credential Vault for your organization

As a Locker admin, configure a locker and a credential, then assign the credential to the locker. It is also acceptable to first configure a credential, then a locker.

Manage your credentials

Authenticate yourself as a basic user to retrieve the list of credentials that you have access to then assign a value to a specific attribute.

  1. Authenticate the user.

    Use the POST method to generate an authentication JSON Web Token.

  2. List credentials using API
  3. Asignar valor al atributo mediante la API

Retrieve masked credentials

You will be able to retrieve your masked credentials, if you have View and edit ALL credentials attributes value permissions.

  1. Authenticate the user.

    Use the POST method to generate an authentication JSON Web Token.

  2. Get the Masked Attribute Value (For more information, see Conseguir credenciales enmascaradas)
    1. Get Credential ID.
    2. Get Credential Attribute ID.
    3. Use the Credential ID and Credential Attributed ID to retrieve the masked attribute value.
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