There is a single service account that can access the REST API (Application Programming Interface) in the system. The username, password, and the permissible source host are defined in this section.
These configurations are available in the
This property defines the username that will be used for authentication when performing REST API calls. Usually this property is included in the
eidm2_generated.properties file and there is no reason to modify it or reset it.
This property defines the password that will be used for authentication when performing REST API calls. It is recommended that the password is at least 32 characters long. Usually this property is included in the
eidm2_generated.properties file and there is no reason to modify it or reset it unless you want to increase security and change the password to a longer one. If you change the password then you should make sure that you also change it in the
win32.config file (or
unix.config file if Ubisecure CustomerID is installed on a Linux machine). You may also have to run setup again after changing the password as some scripts that use REST services might not work after the password change and before running setup to complete it.
secret. Do not use this default value. Always set your own or use the generated value.
This property defines if user roles are listed recursively or if just the direct memberships are included. There are two possible values:
true: User roles are listed recursively.
false: Just the direct memberships are included.
This optional property defines the email address for REST "inviter". When emails are sent because a REST call has been made this is the email address that is included in the mail text as the sender of the email. If not configured email notification(s) will not be sent for REST "inviter".
Possible values are: Any valid email address.