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  • David Armitage 480 posts 2010 karma points
    Dec 27, 2019 @ 07:45
    David Armitage
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    Umbraco8 ContentApp - Where to store user settings

    Hi Peeps,

    A question regarding creating contentApps for Umbraco8.

    An App I am creating requires storing third party api credentials which are user specific.

    Where would the best place to store these be?

    Would these just go in the web.config and then I need to add some deployment notes along with the app when it comes to publishing. That or a config file within my App_Plugin folder?

    Are is there a better place to store these to make then easily configurable in the Umbraco backend?

    Thanks in advanced.

    David

  • Graham Davis 109 posts 364 karma points
    Dec 29, 2019 @ 05:34
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    Hi David,

    Is this a single app that is used by multiple users via a central website/login? A little more info would help.

    If there are only a few credentials that they all share, the webconfig in the app_plugin would probably be you best bet. If the number of credentials increases with the number of users, look at using a database table.

  • David Armitage 480 posts 2010 karma points
    Dec 31, 2019 @ 10:38
    David Armitage
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    Hi Graham,

    This is for an App I plan to publish into the Umbraco packages library.

    There is only a few settings. Actually probably one. An API key which will be set by the user.

    I had already added them into web config but I was just wondering if there is any other recommend place we should be adding these. Such as possible within the package.manifest or somewhere like that.

    After digging around I found some references to Package Actions and it seems that you can create a package action to add these types of settings automatically to the web.config when someone installs my package.

    Thanks @paulseal. https://24days.in/umbraco-cms/2017/creating-and-publishing-a-package/

    This sort of answered my question as I can see other people are saving these types of settings in to the web.config too. That can I learn a good way how to have these auto populated with some default config.

    How this helps someone with a similar question.

    Kind Regards

    David

  • Graham Davis 109 posts 364 karma points
    Dec 31, 2019 @ 12:57
    Graham Davis
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    The appsettings section of the web.config in the root folder would be the appropriate place.

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