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How can I setup passwords for selenium tests on bamboo?

Hi, I have selenium tests andI am using serenity. All passwords for db and website login are saved in the file serenity.conf. I want to remove passwords from this file and setup password on bamboo. How can I setup it and access from my testscript? 

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Alexey Chystoprudov
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Jun 30, 2021

You can keep them at Bamboo plan variables and then put them to serenity.conf file with a command 

echo ${} >> serenity.conf 
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Charlie Misonne
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Jun 30, 2021

You can use variables in Bamboo. Variables exist at several levels (global, build, project). See Bamboo variables.

If you include "password" in the name of the variable the value will  be encrypted in Bamboo's database.
Unfrotunately varibales do not come with permissions so be careful at what level you define the variable if you don't want any Bamboo user to use it.

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