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The Password Manager module stores passwords encrypted and allows to retrieve their plain text value programmatically. This is useful for connector modules which must authenticate to third-party systems with a plain text password.

Once the password is stored, a user of the Magnolia admin interface cannot see the password in plain text. The plain-text value can be retrieved only through program code.

The module installs the Passwords app which centralizes the management of passwords in the administration of Magnolia. The passwords are stored in a dedicated workspace called keystore .


Maven is the easiest way to install the module. Add the following to your bundle. The parent POM of your webapp project should set the latest version of the module automatically. Should you need to use a specific module version, you can define it using the <version/> in the dependency.


The keystore workspace

The passwords are stored in a dedicated workspace called keystore :

The mgnl:passwords node type

The module provides a specific node type for the passwords called mgnl:password . 


See the Passwords app page.