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IBM OpenPages required to retrieve password from CyberArk
To integrate OpenPages with CyberArk Agent for password retrieval, the current OpenPages approach of storing encrypted password on OpenPages server is not acceptable. IBM OpenPages needs to retrieve password from CyberArk Agent on-demand using one of these approaches:
1. IBM deploys CyberArk agent on OpenPages WAS Liberty server, then calls the agent on-demand from custom code that IBM will write
2. IBM integrates with CyberArk API to retrieve password on demand
In both these cases, IBM should not store password on OpenPages server.
Alternatively, a preferred option is for IBM to use a data source/connection pool approach if that option exists on WAS Liberty. This is the approach used in WASND.
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