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Configuring a token profile for a remote application

Updated on November 9, 2021

If you host your remote application on the same system on which you also host your instance of the Pega Process Fabric Hub, configure a truststore in a token profile of your remote application to establish a secure and reliable connection between your application and the Pega Process Fabric Hub.

Note: If you host your instance of the Pega Process Fabric Hub and your remote application on different systems, or if you retain the default configuration of a truststore for your remote application, you can continue the application registration process without performing this procedure.
Before you begin:
When you add the Pega Process Fabric Connector component to your application, the system automatically adds a PPFConnect token profile to your application. By default, the PPFConnect token profile points to a PPFConnect truststore, which supports only scenarios in which you host the Pega Process Fabric Hub and your remote applications on different systems. If you host your Pega Process Fabric Hub instance and your remote application on the same system, you need to provide a truststore that supports this configuration.
  1. In the navigation pane of Dev Studio, click Records.
  2. Expand the Security category, and then click Token Profile.
  3. In the list of token profile instances, click PPFConnect.
  4. On the Processing tab, in the Security section, in the Truststore field, enter PPFKS.
    Note: If you use a customized truststore, enter the name of your truststore instead of PPFKS.
  5. Click Save.
What to do next:
    • Previous topic Providing access rights for the Pega Process Fabric Hub by editing a service package
    • Next topic Configuring synchronization with the Pega Process Fabric Hub

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