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I have to invoke multiple Endpoints with the "same" user credentials (basic auth). I don't want to hard code "Basic Auth UserName" and "Basic Auth Password" for each InvokeHttp header. Is there a easy way to maintain it in one place and pass it to each InvokeHttp processor?


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@MKS_AWS You can do this in different ways.
Possibility 1
Create variables in VariableRegistry containing your authorization data.
Possibility 2
Create a parameter list and define your authorization data there in parameters.

In both ways you can use the variables or parameters inside the InvokeHTTP.

Here an example with variables.



If you get your authorization data from a database table just set them into attributes and use them in the same way.