Add configuration values for connector authentication
Some applications require users to perform extra configuration to authenticate to a service.
For example, the AWS S3 connector provides both an Account ID unique to Okta and an External ID unique to the connection. These must be copied into the trust policy of the associated Identity and Access Management role. See Authorization for AWS S3.
You can create and present these IDs using the optional Config Values section of the Authentication page.
|The name shown for the configuration value on the New Connection dialog when setting up the connector.
Indicate whether this field is populated with a static value or a value from a helper flow.
Helper flows can't use the connector’s authentication to make a request.
Two different field types are available. The end user can copy both for use in another application.
Determine whether the configuration value appears in the New Connection dialog for the connector.
You can use a hidden configuration value in your flows for reference, without displaying it to end users.