Table of Contents

Search

  1. Preface
  2. Advanced clusters
  3. Setting up AWS
  4. Setting up Google Cloud
  5. Setting up Microsoft Azure
  6. Setting up a self-service cluster
  7. Setting up a local cluster
  8. Advanced configurations
  9. Troubleshooting
  10. Appendix A: Command reference

Advanced Clusters

Advanced Clusters

Validating the configuration

Validating the configuration

You can validate the information needed to create or update an
advanced configuration
before you save the configuration properties.
The validation process performs the following validations:
  • You have provided the necessary information on the configuration page.
  • The information you provided is valid or in the correct format. For example, if the runtime environment you specified is associated with another cluster configuration.
  • The information you provided is valid or in the correct format. For example, if the runtime environment you specified is associated with another cluster configuration.
If you encounter errors related to context keys when you validate an
advanced configuration
, then add key
ccs.k8s.policy.context.key
to the runtime property in the
advanced configuration
. You can use the following value structure to add the context keys:
"ContextKeyName-'keyName1',ContextKeyValues-'keyValue1',ContextKeyType-(string|stringList|numeric|numericList|boolean|booleanList|ip|ipList|binary|binaryList|date|dateList)&infaContextKeyName-'keyName2',ContextKeyValues-'keyValue2',ContextKeyType-(string|stringList|numeric|numericList|boolean|booleanList|ip|ipList|binary|binaryList|date|dateList)"
For example:
ccs.k8s.policy.context.key=ContextKeyName-'aws:username',ContextKeyValues-'kops',ContextKeyType-string&infaContextKeyName-'ec2:ResourceTag/CREATED_BY',ContextKeyValues-'SFA-TDS',ContextKeyType-string
For more information about context keys, contact Informatica Global Customer Support.

0 COMMENTS

We’d like to hear from you!