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Reference to web.conf in login.html

pradeepkumarg
Influencer

Below is my web.conf

 
[settings]
serverName = lower_environment_3

I want to display the above serverName detail in login page. Tried this way and it doesn't work

hostName = cherrypy.request.app.config['global'].get('serverName', 'host_notset')

Any other way I could achieve this?

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sideview
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

No problem. What you're looking for is just

cherrypy.config.get('serverName')

It's a long story but the "app" in cherrypy.request.app.config has no relation to Splunk's "apps", nor is any splunk conf accessible that way.

So just put

${cherrypy.config.get('serverName')}

somewhere in your login.html and it'll display as "lower_environment_3"

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sideview
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

No problem. What you're looking for is just

cherrypy.config.get('serverName')

It's a long story but the "app" in cherrypy.request.app.config has no relation to Splunk's "apps", nor is any splunk conf accessible that way.

So just put

${cherrypy.config.get('serverName')}

somewhere in your login.html and it'll display as "lower_environment_3"

pradeepkumarg
Influencer

Perfect. Thanks so much!

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santiagoaloi
Path Finder

it doesn't work for me, could you explain how you managed to get it to work?

0 Karma
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