5.08.2015

String Encoding for Talend/JaspersoftETL for Basic Authentication/md5/sha-256

What is a convenient way to encode usernames/passwords for use in my ETL jobs?

First copy the java code on this Github Gist into your clipboard:



Second Create a routine called hashingUtils (name is important!). Paste the Java code from above and save the routine









Third you can now use the following methods in any component:

hashingUtils.basicAuth("username","password")
hashingUtils.md5encode("string")
hashingUtils.sha256encode("string")

For example, in a tHttpRequest Component:


2 comments:

campfire ark said...

Hi Sir,

First of all thankyou for sharing this video. Secondly my question is how its going to be secured ? because the other person can decode it very easily using the same as we do. Then how its providing security mechanism here i am unable to understand ?

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I would like to know how to handle the login button rendering, when the page is reloaded it's visible for a brief period. What's the right way of storing this auth state? Should i store? Or default should be hidden and show when didn't auth?