CLI tool which enables you to login and retrieve Artifactory credentials using OKTA Identity Provider
CLI tool which enables you to login and retrieve Artifactory credentials using OKTA Identity Provider.
The process is:
- Configure Okta app url, Artifactory host, username
- Prompt user for credentials
- Log in to Okta Identity Provider using form based authentication
- Build a SAML assertion
- Login to Artifactory using the SAML assertion and retrieve a session cookie
- Generate API Key
- Store it in a netrc file (~/.netrc)
Installation and usage
saml2art can be installed by running
pip install saml2art. It requires Python 3.7.0+.
This step needs to be run first
The configuration is stored by default in "~/.saml2art"
usage: saml2art configure [-h] [--artifactory-host ARTIFACTORYURL] [--okta-app-url OKTAAPPURL] [--username USERNAME] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --artifactory-host ARTIFACTORYURL Your Artifactory host --okta-app-url OKTAAPPURL Your Artifactory Okta app url --username USERNAME Your IdP username
The login command will connect to OKTA and obtain a SAML assertion. Then it will login to Artifactory and create an API Key for you.
The API Key will be stored in ~/.netrc with the Artifactory host name.
The recommended way is to run - saml2art login
You will be prompted for the password in the terminal.
usage: saml2art login [-h] [--password PASSWORD] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --password PASSWORD Your IdP password
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