The synchronization editor is prompting for credentials when clicking on a SCIM synchronization project
When using an encrypted database and then attempting to open a SCIM synchronization project, the Synchronization Editor will prompt for credentials for the connector.
What information is needed for the encrypted database? The prompt asks for client secret (Base64) and the Grant type.
Working as per design
For the Client secret follow the steps below depending on if Starling Connect is joined to Identity Manager.
1. If Starling Connect is not joined to Identity Manager within Designer, then for the client secret take the current client secret GUID being used for that SCIM connector and encode it to base 64. Once complete, input this into the required field.
2. If Starling Connect is joined to Identity Manager, then open Designer and navigate to Configuration Parameters. Expand QER\Person\Starling\ApiKey, copy the value and then encode it with base64. Use this value for the field.
3. For 'grant type' it depends on what was selected during setup. If 'Client Credentials' was selected then it needs to be entered as "ClientCredentials" no space in between. If 'Password Credentials' were selected then "PasswordCredentials" needs to be entered, again with no space in between.