I'm using the "RUN CLI Actions in Stash" add-on, and would like to know if there is any way to issue a CLI command without specifying the password in plaintext.
I'm writing various scripts which will be stored centrally and don't want the password to be visible to all. I could make the password a script argument, or have it prompted for, but wondered if there is an alternative, perhaps using the SSH key.
When using the CLI directly from a command line, you can:
When running from Run CLI Actions, the options are limited currently. You would need to hard code the password on the hook definition and therefore it would not be needed in a reference script. We are looking at some other options like SCLI-51. Suggest you document any additional requirements by there are in a new issue.
Thank you for your question.
Please, refer to How to Setup SSH for Auto Login without a Password for further information.
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Thank you for your understanding.
Rafael P. Sperafico
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