Question4Replies1460Views×Close popoverSrikant Nagarajan (Srikant.N) Accenture Accenture IN View ProfileSend Message Srikant.N Member since 2011 12 posts Accenture Posted: April 11, 2017Last activity: April 16, 2017Posted: 11 Apr 2017 1:28 EDTLast activity: 16 Apr 2017 17:06 EDT Closed Can we encrypt the database password in prcontext.xmlWe need to encrypt the password in prcontext.xml file. We have gone through the below article from PDN.https://pdn.pega.com/how-encrypt-database-passwords-using-jce-keyring-fileThe above link describes the password encryption process for prconfig.xml. Will the same apply for prcontext.xml file too.Is there any separate process for encrypting the password for prcontext.xmlWe are using PRPC V5.5 GA, 6.1 SP1 and 6.1 SP2.ThanksSrikant System Administration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 11 Apr 2017 10:25 EDT×Close popoverHabeeb Baig (HabeebBaig) PEGA Technical Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. IN View ProfileSend MessageHabeebBaig PEGA replied to Srikant.NI believe keyring should do the job for prcontext.xml, if not then you can use passgen tool. Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 11 Apr 2017 11:03 EDT×Close popoverCeleste Dufresne (CelesteDufresne_GCS) PEGA Principal Software Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. US View ProfileSend MessageCelesteDufresne_GCS PEGA replied to Srikant.NKeyring is for prconfig.xml, passgen is for prbootstrap.properties. If you want to encrypt the password in context.xml then that is a question for the application server. Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 16 Apr 2017 3:49 EDT×Close popoverSrikant Nagarajan (Srikant.N) Accenture Accenture IN View ProfileSend MessageSrikant.N Accenture replied to CelesteDufresne_GCSHi Celeste_D, We are looking to encrypt the database password in context.xml file. Could you please tell me what needs to be done for encrypting the password in context.xml, could you please elaborate on what needs to be done from application server perspective. We are using Tomcat application server. Thanks, Srikant Posted: 3 years agoPosted: 16 Apr 2017 17:06 EDT×Close popoverHabeeb Baig (HabeebBaig) PEGA Technical Solutions Engineer Pegasystems Inc. IN View ProfileSend MessageHabeebBaig PEGA replied to Srikant.NWell, encrypting database password in context.xml is something not supported by PRPC. You might have to have a custom cipher handling code at your server to deal with it.