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Properties Volume to Nodejs Property Integration

properties-volume-nodejs

This module is to incorporate the integration of the Azure key-vault flex volume to node properties.

Usage

This module adds the properties volume entries into the configuration object from 'config' We use the default mount point of /mnt/ volume, which happens exposes the key vault in chart-nodejs.

We use the last folder of the mount point, secrets, to map the properties into the configuration.

Below is an example:

{
 "secrets": {
   "VAULT": {
     "secretOne": "VALUE",
     "some-secret-two": "VALUE"
   },
   "VAULT2": {
     "secretOne": "VALUE",
     "some-secret-two": "VALUE"
   }
 }
}

NOTE

  • The property names are not sanitised and are an exact copy from the file names on volume. This means when using the hmcts/nodejs helm chart the property naming is exactly the same as those in the key vault.

  • Application property defaults can be added to your application configuration for the config package using the same object structure.

    e.g To add a default for the property secrets.cmc.staff-email we would add the following to the configuration.

    in JSON:

    {
      "secrets": {
        "cmc": {
          "staff-email": "DEFAULT_EMAIL"
        }
      }
    }
    

    or in yaml

    secrets:
       cmc:
         staff-email: DEFAULT_EMAIL
    
    
  • If you have the need to add a test or add multiple property volumes in one application you can override the volume mount point. To do this we can supply a value for the defaulted volume folder in the api i.e addTo( config, {mountPoint:'some/other/folder/secrets'}).

  • The last folder name is used as the prefix for the properties in the configuration e.g. /mnt/secrets the properties start with secrets, /mnt/certs the properties start with certs.

  • If you mount volumes with the same last folder name e.g /mnt/super/secrets and /mnt/silly/secrets the properties will be fully merged together into the configuration object under secrets and the last property volume that is merged in will override any properties with the same name.

Quick start

$ yarn add @hmcts/properties-volume

Typescript

import * as config from 'config'
import * as propertiesVolume from '@hmcts/properties-volume'
propertiesVolume.addTo(config)

Javascript

config = require('@hmcts/properties-volume').addTo(require('config'))

Options

The properties volume can be supplied with a couple of options via a js like options object. e.g.

const config = require('@hmcts/properties-volume').addTo(require('config'),{mountPoint:'some/properties/mount/point'})
Option Description Default
mountPoint the folder where the properties volume exists. /mnt/secrets/
failOnError Should this module throw an exception if mount does not exist or there is an error reading the properties false

Download Details:

Author: hmcts

Source Code: https://github.com/hmcts/properties-volume-nodejs

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Properties Volume to Nodejs Property Integration

properties-volume-nodejs

This module is to incorporate the integration of the Azure key-vault flex volume to node properties.

Usage

This module adds the properties volume entries into the configuration object from 'config' We use the default mount point of /mnt/ volume, which happens exposes the key vault in chart-nodejs.

We use the last folder of the mount point, secrets, to map the properties into the configuration.

Below is an example:

{
 "secrets": {
   "VAULT": {
     "secretOne": "VALUE",
     "some-secret-two": "VALUE"
   },
   "VAULT2": {
     "secretOne": "VALUE",
     "some-secret-two": "VALUE"
   }
 }
}

NOTE

  • The property names are not sanitised and are an exact copy from the file names on volume. This means when using the hmcts/nodejs helm chart the property naming is exactly the same as those in the key vault.

  • Application property defaults can be added to your application configuration for the config package using the same object structure.

    e.g To add a default for the property secrets.cmc.staff-email we would add the following to the configuration.

    in JSON:

    {
      "secrets": {
        "cmc": {
          "staff-email": "DEFAULT_EMAIL"
        }
      }
    }
    

    or in yaml

    secrets:
       cmc:
         staff-email: DEFAULT_EMAIL
    
    
  • If you have the need to add a test or add multiple property volumes in one application you can override the volume mount point. To do this we can supply a value for the defaulted volume folder in the api i.e addTo( config, {mountPoint:'some/other/folder/secrets'}).

  • The last folder name is used as the prefix for the properties in the configuration e.g. /mnt/secrets the properties start with secrets, /mnt/certs the properties start with certs.

  • If you mount volumes with the same last folder name e.g /mnt/super/secrets and /mnt/silly/secrets the properties will be fully merged together into the configuration object under secrets and the last property volume that is merged in will override any properties with the same name.

Quick start

$ yarn add @hmcts/properties-volume

Typescript

import * as config from 'config'
import * as propertiesVolume from '@hmcts/properties-volume'
propertiesVolume.addTo(config)

Javascript

config = require('@hmcts/properties-volume').addTo(require('config'))

Options

The properties volume can be supplied with a couple of options via a js like options object. e.g.

const config = require('@hmcts/properties-volume').addTo(require('config'),{mountPoint:'some/properties/mount/point'})
Option Description Default
mountPoint the folder where the properties volume exists. /mnt/secrets/
failOnError Should this module throw an exception if mount does not exist or there is an error reading the properties false

Download Details:

Author: hmcts

Source Code: https://github.com/hmcts/properties-volume-nodejs

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