Page tree

Versions Compared

Key

  • This line was added.
  • This line was removed.
  • Formatting was changed.

...

Section

How to create a valid connection.

Section

Log in when running an initial module.

  • sfdsdfgsd

When an initial module is started by a user visiting the a URL alias, under the default settings, the user will be prompted to enter their IBM i credentials to log into the server. Upon the user entering the correct valid credentials, a valid connection will be created to the IBM i system for this user's session.

Section

Create connector credentials.

  • sfdsdfgsd

When an initial module is started by a user visiting the URL alias, under the default settings, the user will be prompted to enter their IBM i credentials to log into the server. Upon the user entering the correct credentials, a valid connection will be created to the IBM i s

Section
Pass auth

For applications that will not prompt the user to log in, like for web-services, a set of default credentials can be specified in the Profound.js server's configuration file, and a valid session will attempt to be created from these stored credentials. To specify these credentials you must first use the the store_credentials command line utility to create the encrypted credential file. Then you can use the connectorCredentials configuration setting to specify the location of the encrypted credential file.

Section
HTML
<!-- I believe this is a possibility, but I have not found this anywhere else in the documentation to support this. -->

Pass 'auth' token from another valid session.

sfdsdfgsd

When an initial module is started by a user visiting the URL alias, under the default settings, the user will be prompted to enter their IBM i credentials to log into the server. Upon the user entering the correct credentials, a valid connection will be created to the IBM i scalling Profound.js applications from another application that is already connected to a valid session, you can use the authentication token from the calling application to create a valid connection for your new application. When calling the Profound.js application from Genie or a Rich Display File application, this 'auth' token is automatically added included in the call to the Profound.js application.