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ReadyAPI Test - Is anyone using Hashivault to store secrets when running ReadyAPI Tests on Jenkins?

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ramaG
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ReadyAPI Test - Is anyone using Hashivault to store secrets when running ReadyAPI Tests on Jenkins?

While running ReadyAPI TEst suites on Jenkins, can we manage credentials and secrets in Hashivault?

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ramaG
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Re: ReadyAPI Test - Is anyone using Hashivault to store secrets when running ReadyAPI Tests on Jenki

Thanks Rao. Yes, It is not specific to ReadyAPI . I wanted to know if anyone is using it with ReadyAPI.

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nmrao
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Re: ReadyAPI Test - Is anyone using Hashivault to store secrets when running ReadyAPI Tests on Jenki

Just come to know about vault by your post, never heard on the forum before thanks.

By the way, this may not be specific to ReadyAPI, Is my understanding correct?

 

What are the use cases with vault if you are using?

If some information is needed from vault for testing how is it fetched and used during testing manually?

Please check if hashi vault supports any CLI / API to get the same information so that it can be done automatically (irrespective of tool / software)



Regards,
Rao.
ramaG
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Re: ReadyAPI Test - Is anyone using Hashivault to store secrets when running ReadyAPI Tests on Jenki

Thanks Rao. Yes, It is not specific to ReadyAPI . I wanted to know if anyone is using it with ReadyAPI.

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