Define trusted products for vault

To enable PulseUno products or Git repositories to deploy packages to a vault using chains, define these products as trusted. You can set multiple trusted products.

Note: Administrator or owner permissions required.

To add trusted products to a vault:

  1. From the spaces list at the top right, select a space.

  2. In the sidebar, select Vaults.

  3. On the Vaults page, open the vault for which you want to set trusted products.

  4. In the sidebar, select Settings > Trusted Products.

  5. On the Trusted Products page, enter a list of trusted products or Git repositories, separated by commas, for example:

    <space>/<product>, <space>/<git-repo>

    Enter space and Git repository names exactly as they appear in the Git repository URL. For example, if the URL is http://pulseuno/scm/repo/microfocus/qlarius, enter:


    Tip: To find the URL of a PulseUno Git repository, open the Git repository and check the Git Repository URL box on the right.

    Use an asterisk (*) as a wildcard to match a set of products. For example, to define all products in a particular space as trusted, enter:


  6. Click Save.

To help you securely deploy to a vault, PulseUno provides a set of temporary system credentials. Use these variables in your build scripts to authenticate to a vault during deployment. Only chains from trusted products can use these variables to access your vault and deploy packages to it. For details, see Built-in variables.

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