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Managing Secrets

There might be cases where you don't want to store certain values in a flow file itself (i.e. user name, password, etc.). Maestro solves that by taking such parameters as variables and so does Maestro Cloud.
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Pass in parameters using the -e option:
maestro cloud \
-e USERNAME=$TEST_USERNAME \
-e PASSWORD=$TEST_PASSWORD \
<appFile> .maestro/
Parameters are provided as multiline env field
- uses: mobile-dev-inc/action-maestro-[email protected]
with:
api-key: ${{ secrets.MOBILE_DEV_API_KEY }}
app-file: <path to APK or iOS Simulator build>
env: |
USERNAME=${{ secrets.TEST_USERNAME }}
PASSWORD=${{ secrets.TEST_PASSWORD }}
If you have been following the Quickstart guide, all you would need to change is to pass an env field alongside your request object:
{
"benchmarkName": "Benchmark name",
"env": {
"USERNAME": "<Username goes here>",
"PASSWORD": "<Password goes here>"
}
}

Using variables in your flows

Once you have defined the variables, you can refer to them in your flows:
appId: your.app.id
---
- launchApp
- inputText: ${USERNAME}
- tapOn: Next
- inputText: ${PASSWORD}