Configure Modules

   Journey Manager (JM) Previously known as Transact Manager (TM).  |    System Manager / DevOps  |  v5.1 & Higher This feature is related to v5.1 and higher.

Manager allows you to view, configure and remove the installed modules.

To view the modules, select System > Modules Config.

To search for a module, type its name and click Search.

Click Clear to reset the search criteria.

Click Export Data to export the displayed data as a Microsoft Excel (XLS) file.

To configure a module:

  1. Select System > Modules Config.
  2. Locate a module and click Edit.
  3. Select the Module tab to update the module's hosting configuration.
  4. Update the portal application fully qualified domain name in the Context Path field.
  5. Select a security manager from the Security Manager dropdown list.
  6. Click Save to update the changes.
  7. Select the Properties Edit tab to update the module's specific configuration. Each module has different properties as described below.
  8. Select the Properties tab to see all the properties in a table format.
  9. Click New to add a new property.
  10. Enter the property name in the Name field.
  11. Click Save to update the changes.

To configure the Transact Exchange module's properties:

  1. Select the Properties Edit tab.
  2. Update authentication credentials used to generate auth header for API calls the API Access Key field.
  3. Edit the Base URI to the API Gateway hosting the remote Exchange APIs in the API Endpoint field.
  4. Edit authentication credentials used to generate auth header for API calls in the API Secret Key field.
  5. Click the CORS Headers link to update the Cross-Origin-Resource-SharingCross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a mechanism that uses additional HTTP headers to tell a browser to let a web application running at one origin (domain) have permission to access selected resources from a server at a different origin. A web application executes a cross-origin HTTP request when it requests a resource that has a different origin (domain, protocol, and port) than its own origin. (CORS) security HTTP header values.
  6. Note

    A form space can have the CORS Headers property configured as well.

  7. Update the Exchange Dashboard URL in the Exchange Dashboard URL field.
  8. Click Save to update the changes.

To configure the Transact Insights module's properties:

  1. Select the Properties Edit tab.
  2. Click the CORS Headers link to update the Cross-Origin-Resource-Sharing (CORS) security HTTP header values.
  3. Edit Insights Dashboard URL.
  4. Edit Insights Visualiser URL.
  5. Click Save to update the changes.

To configure the Transact Maestro module's properties:

  1. Select the Properties Edit tab.
  2. Click the CORS Headers link to update the Cross-Origin-Resource-Sharing (CORS) security HTTP header values.
  3. Click the Email 2 FA Message link to edit the email message for 2FA user account enrollment.
  4. Edit the Email 2 FA Subject.
  5. Update the login page message in the Login Message field.
  6. Click Save to update the changes.

To configure the Transact Manager module's properties:

  1. Select the Properties Edit tab.
  2. Click the Admin Environment CSS Style link to update the environment label style of the module.
  3. Edit the Admin Environment Name.
  4. Select the Authenticated Web Services.
  5. Select the Browser Auto Logout.
  6. Click the CORS Headers link to update the Cross-Origin-Resource-Sharing (CORS) security HTTP header values.
  7. Select the CSRF Protection to enable Cross Site Request ForgeryCross-site request forgery (CSRF), also known as one-click attack or session riding, is a type of malicious exploit of a website where unauthorized commands are transmitted from a user that the web application trusts. protection.
  8. Note

    You can turn off some of the CSRF security hardening settings in non-production environments to make it easier to work with multiple browser tabs open at the same time.

  9. Select the CSRF Protection Host Check to enable Cross Site Request Forgery protection host check.
  10. Update the Documentation Url.
  11. Click the Email 2 FA Message link to edit the email message for 2FA user account enrollment.
  12. Edit the Email 2 FA Subject, which is an email subject for 2FA user account enrollment.
  13. Select the Show Deprecated Features to enable access to deprecated features.
  14. Click Save to update the changes.

No extra configuration is required for the Transact Receipts module.

To remove a module:

  1. Select System > Modules Config.
  2. Locate a module and click Remove Portal to delete it.

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