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  1. Apache NiFi
  2. NIFI-8638

Sensitive Properties referencing Parameters should show that in UI

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    • Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • 1.13.2
    • None
    • Extensions
    • Linux RedHat
      java 11 sapmachine-jdk-11.0.10_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz

    Description

      An issue with passowords for the  getJMS and InvokeHTTP processors - I want to store the passwords in the "context properties" and reference from the processor but it doesn't work.  I'm on NiFi 1.13.2. I enter for

      example #{mypassword}

      in the password value field in the processor BasicAuthenticationUsername and it works setting that but after activating and reopening the value field reads "sensitive value set" and the little arrow to the right is pointing up (arrow indicating parameter is not yet stored in context).  Expected is that the arrow point to the right (indicating that the value is fetched from the context). The password in the context properties isn't used when testing and login fails.

      To make it run it is necessary to set the password in the processor instead fo referencing with #{mypassword}.

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