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SQL backend support #7

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stklcode opened this issue Mar 13, 2017 · 2 comments
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SQL backend support #7

stklcode opened this issue Mar 13, 2017 · 2 comments
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@stklcode stklcode commented Mar 13, 2017

Vault has support for SQL backends (PostgreSQL, MySQL, MSSQL) that allows to generate dynamic credentials.

Although all operations are supported by the connector's methods right now, there should be some convenience methods for more intuitive usage like getDbCredentials(String path, String role) or createDbRole(String statement)

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@stklcode stklcode commented Mar 19, 2017

Reading credentials with readDbCredentials(role, mount) and the convenience methods readMySqlCredentials(role), readMsSqlCredentials(role), readPostgreSqlCredentials(role), readMongoDbCredentials(role) have been implemented in v0.5.0

Full support for the DB API (config, role creation, ...) may be added in future releases.

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@stklcode stklcode commented Apr 15, 2020

Closing this issue due to lack of requirements and priority.

Arbitrary credentials can be created through native write() methods with knowledge of the required paths and fields.

If you got a use case for extension, please open a specific feature request.

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