You can define a Salesforce target to be used in the Akeyless KMS integration with Salesforce Shield.
To create a Salesforce target using the Akeyless CLI, use the following command:
akeyless create-salesforce-target / --name <target name> / --tenant-url <Salesforce tenant URL> / --client-id <Oauth2 app client ID for connecting to Salesforce> / --client-secret <Oauth2 app client secret for connecting to Salesforce> / --email <Oauth2 app user email> / --password <Oauth2 app user password> / --security-token <Oauth2 app user security token>
name: A unique name for the target. The name can include a path to the virtual folder where you want to create a new target, using slash
/separators. If the folder does not exist, it will be created together with the target.
tenant-url: The Salesforce tenant URL.
client-id: The Client ID of the OAuth 2.0 app to use for connecting to Salesforce.
client-secret: The Client secret of the OAuth 2.0 app to use for connecting to Salesforce.
email: The email of the user attached to the OAuth 2.0 app that is used for connecting to Salesforce.
password: The password of the user attached to the OAuth 2.0 app used for connecting to Salesforce.
security-token: The security token of the user attached to the OAuth 2.0 app used for connecting to Salesforce.
You could find the complete list of parameters for this command in the CLI Reference - Akeyless Targets section.
Updated 13 days ago