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Isaiah Bennett
Isaiah Bennett

Pipe Flow Expert V5.12.1.1


This topic demonstrates how to use a 3scale Jenkins shared library that calls the 3scale toolbox to create a custom Jenkins pipeline to call 3scale APIs. For more information, see 3scale toolbox. In the following sections, we explain:




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In the directory containing the 3scale-toolbox-5.12.1.1.jar file, open toolbox.properties and change the file location and credentials if necessary. The credentials are based on the OpenID Connect authentication uses during OIDC authentication in the sample pipelines. You can use your own 3scale credentials to call 3scale APIs in this Jenkins pipeline:


After you have set up the required environments, you can install and deploy the sample pipelines using the OpenShift templates provided for each of the sample use cases in the Red Hat Integration repository. For example, this section shows the Public Cloud - Content Delivery Network (CDN) sample only.


Use the Public Cloud - CDN (VPC) sample pipeline to deploy Red Hat Openshift CDN with 3scale. This is the default option that is chosen by the pipeline installer when no other samples are provided.


If you are using the Public Cloud - API key or Public Cloud - API key for OIDC (OIDC) sample pipelines, perform the steps in this section to deploy Red Hat Single Sign-On (RH-SSO) with 3scale. This is required for the OIDC authentication, which is used in both samples.


After you have set up the required environments, you can install and deploy the sample pipelines using the OpenShift templates provided for each of the sample use cases in the Red Hat Integration repository. For example, this section shows the Public Cloud - API key (OIDC) sample only.


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