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Allow administrator to disable specific adapters

We provide a transformation API to service to users - users can call existing maps or upload maps.

 

Maps could be written such that they access local files on the API server either by using input / output cards or GET and PUT functions. the API service could override the inputs and outputs but can't prevent the use of GET / PUT functions.

 

This is a security risk as we don't want users downloading local files etc. (e.g. MDQ, etc.)

 

I'd like to be able to disable specific adapters, especially the File adapter to prevent user access.  the adapters.xml file implies that this is possible but updating the file to comment out the file adapter has no effect on map behaviour.

 

 

  • Guest
  • Aug 14 2019
  • Not under consideration
What is your industry? Wholesale Distribution & Services
How will this idea be used?

Adapters would be disabled to prevent security issues on the server.

  • Guest commented
    2 Sep, 2021 03:31pm

    Due to the architecture of the product, we're not confident that we could contain the needed changes int he 12 month horizon covered by these RFEs.

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