With Manage By: Defaults selected, click on the Credentials tab.
The following actions are available:
Deletes a Credential from the system.
Default values for this Credential set.
Domain-scoped credentials apply to all users in an edgeCore domain, except those that have their own credentials defined (see User-Scoped Credentials below).
With Manage By: Domains selected, click on the name of the Domain and then the Credentials tab. Double-clicking a Credential row, or clicking the pencil icon in the footer will activate the Edit Credential dialog.
No: Specify values for this Domain
Individual users can be assigned specific credentials on the Provision Users page. Navigate to it by selecting Users in the Manage By drop down list. On the left, select the user to be managed. Select the Credentials tab in the right pane. The Edit Credential dialog is displayed.
No: Specify values for this User
It is possible to configure edgeCore to prevent the storage of user-scoped credentials, whether they are user-entered or configured by the administrative user. This option is controlled by setting the secvars.persistUserCredentials property in either custom.properties or local.properties (both located in the conf/ directory of the edgeCore installation). By default this is set to true, but when it is set to false, user-scoped credentials are not persisted in the edgeCore database, and will only be valid for the duration of edgeCore user sessions.
When user-scoped credentials are not being persisted, this is indicated on the Provision Users page by [not stored] being displayed where the username portion of the credential might normally be displayed. Values for user-scoped credentials are not available for editing here, either.