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Post by LPERUM-C@txdot.gov »

Hi,
I am trying to integrate the scheduler into our application. In doing so I have come across a couple of questions.

  1. For the generation of the token, will we have any Enterprise credentials for generating the token?
  2. what is the validity(time period) of the token that is generated?

Post by sergey.maltsev »

Hi!

  1. Bryntum Customer Zone credentials are used for npm server authorization and for creating tokens.
  2. Token validity period is set to 9999 days.

Please check access information and subscription Notes here.
https://www.bryntum.com/docs/grid/#Grid/guides/npm-repository.md#repository-access


Post by LPERUM-C@txdot.gov »

Are all the artifacts and packages are downloaded through Npm, and how are the security vulnerabilities are monitored or certified for the packages


Post by LPERUM-C@txdot.gov »

What will happen if that user is credentials is removed in the future and re-assigned?

Can the administrator account generate the token?


Post by sergey.maltsev »

Hi!

All Bryntum packages served trough Bryntum Npm Repository.
Any 3-rd party ones served through theirs repositories.

You may create or remove tokens when you need it
https://www.bryntum.com/docs/grid/#Grid/guides/npm-repository.md#access-tokens-for-ci%2Fcd


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