You can import workflows that are publicly available from the BlueCat Labs public GitHub repository or a private GitHub repository. BlueCat recommends this approach for new customers who want to start using BlueCat Gateway immediately. Your Gateway instance must have access to the Internet via ports 80/443 to use Git Import.
Note: If you are importing workflows from a private GitHub repository, you must provide a Git Auth token.To import workflows from the BlueCat public GitHub repository:
- Log in to BlueCat Gateway.
- Click .
- In the GitHub URL field, enter the URL for the workflow. The format of the URL must be the following: [github url]/archive/[branch].zip.
- Optional: Only perform this step if you are using a private Github repository. Click Auth Credentials, and in the Auth Token field, enter the token.
- Optional: Select Clear Existing Workflows in Custom Workspace to delete the current workflows.
- Click Import.
When the import is done, refresh your browser page, then use the Workflow Permissions page to configure permissions.