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Hi,

I'm trying to use online cluster described at Atmos CAS and Centera Online Clusters (Connectivity Information) to test Atmos Storage at Documentum Content Server and eventually replicate an end customer concern.

The setup on Documentum Content Server is requiring:

  • an "URL"
  • a "Full Token ID" (The format is subtenant ID/UID)
  • a "Shared Secret"

I opted for node 168.159.214.11 on AtmosCAS1.

I setup URL as "http://168.159.214.11/rest" (that sounds correct).

I tried to derive the other 2 entries from "cas2user1.pea.txt" with multiple tentative but I should be missing something as receiving error: "EsuException{atmosCode=1033, httpCode=403}: Unable to retrieve the secret key for the specified user".


<key type="cluster" name="706a9121ce774d45ba1cbba5d4b8d045:cas2user1" id="5293893d">

<credential id="csp1.secret" enc="base64">ejd6Tk5rWHRmYytSN1Noa3pFTHVQZXR1UU1jPQ==</credential>

</key>


Is subtenant ID the portion of key name before ':' in PEA file ? (706a9121ce774d45ba1cbba5d4b8d045)

Is UID the portion of key name after ':' in PEA file ? (cas2user1)

Is "Shared Secret" the value of credentials in PEA file ? (ejd6Tk5rWHRmYytSN1Noa3pFTHVQZXR1UU1jPQ==)

Can I derive those entries from PEA file ?


Regards,

Jérôme


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Hi Jerome,


The parameters above suggest that the plugin is trying to connect with the Atmos REST protocol, not the CAS protocol.  I don't believe the clusters above support REST, only CAS.  Maybe you're using the wrong connector?


If you're looking to use an Atmos connector, you can create an account over at ECS Test Drive to test the Atmos REST protocol: https://portal.ecstestdrive.com.


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Hi Jerome,


The parameters above suggest that the plugin is trying to connect with the Atmos REST protocol, not the CAS protocol.  I don't believe the clusters above support REST, only CAS.  Maybe you're using the wrong connector?


If you're looking to use an Atmos connector, you can create an account over at ECS Test Drive to test the Atmos REST protocol: https://portal.ecstestdrive.com.


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Thanks,

I will test https://portal.ecstestdrive.com tomorrow as my day is finishing.

As "http://168.159.214.11/rest" was replying (Welcome to the Atmos REST API...Object Service...Metadata Service...), I was expecting that I could find my way with this "box".

Regards,

Jérôme

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Thanks,

I find my way through https://portal.ecstestdrive.com

Regards,

Jérôme

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