The AWS Secret Retrieval Processor retrieves AWS Secrets values and places them in transaction attributes using PilotFish Integration Software. This can be used to more securely populate data fields such as username and password, secret access keys and more.
Processor (Adapter) Configuration Drop-Down List
Select the AWS Secret Retrieval tab and click on Add Processor.
Click on Add Processor
Basic AWS Secret Retrieval Processor Configuration Options
The Basic tab allows you to set:
- Secret Name – ID of the secret to retrieve
AWS Secret Retrieval Processor Basic Configuration Options
Conditional Execution AWS Secret Retrieval Processor Configuration Options
On the Credentials tab, you can set the necessary credentials for the connection.
- Region – specify the AWS Region to connect to
- Use Credentials From – specifies the method of getting the credentials. Note: choosing the No Credentials option will only allow access to public buckets.
- Access Key ID – access Key Id for making calls to Amazon services
- Secret Key – secret access key for making calls to Amazon services
- Session Token – the STS session token for making calls to Amazon services. If not using STS, leave blank.
- AWS File Path – specifies the file path where the AWS profile configuration file is located
- Profile Name – specifies the name of a local configuration profile
AWS Secret Retrieval Processor Conditional Execution Configuration Options