Valve for delivering one-time passwords by HTTP POST.

Supports configurable SSL protocols and ciphers.


Name Description Default value Mandatory Supports property expansion
generated_otp_name Item property containing the generated otp. generated_otp No No
recipient_param_name Property containing the recipient mobile number. mobile No Yes
userid_param_name Property containing the username. User-Name No Yes
url_list Comma separated list of URLs to send to. Yes No
success_code HTTP response code for successful POST. 200 No No
connection_timeout Timeout in seconds. 5 No No
body The body of the POST. No No
auth_username Username for auth. No No
auth_password Password for auth. No No
headers Headers to add to the request. Configured as JSON array. Syntax: "key": "header_name", "value": "header_value". No No
params URL parameters to add to the request. Configured as JSON array. Syntax: "key": "parameter_name", "value": "parameter_value". No No
ssl_protocols SSL protocols to support. No No
ssl_ciphers SSL ciphers to support. No No
wash_recipient_number If the mobile number should be washed (i.e. removal of whitespaces, - and other non-number characters). true No No
remove_leading_plus If the leading + character should be removed from the mobile number. false No No
recipient_prefix If the mobile number should be prepended with a country prefix. (example: +46) No No

Example Configuration

        "name": "OTPPostHTTPValve",
        "config": { 


Item set must have at least one entry.