Extension Engine properties
The scripts in the Extension Engine can contain properties that are specific for an environment or values that the script developer should not know. Examples are the URLs of third party APIs and their credentials. You can configure these properties via the Admin Console of the Token Server.
You must configure the connection to the Extension Engine before you can configure the properties.
Extension Engine →
Properties. This shows an overview of all the properties in the Extension Engine. Values are masked with
******** in the Admin Console when they contain sensitive data. It is recommended to flag values as sensitive when they contain a password, API key or any other value that should not be shown on the screen after they have been saved.
The picture below shows the page to configure the Extension Engine properties in the Admin Console with example values.
|Identifier||my_authenticator_api_key||Yes||The identifier of the property by which the script can access it.|
|Property value||V3rySecretValue@@@||For sensitive values||The value of the property.|
|Sensitive value||No||Flag to indicate whether the value should be hidden in the Admin Console.|