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I am trying to pass sensitive data as it's needed to use the UI but then I want to pass that sensitive data into the macro so it can be used there as well. I don't want that data stored in the XML config because it can be saved and then sent out to someone else. I want to make it only available at run time from the HTML gui to a macro. Make sense?
Ah. In that case you could try to use the Text Box input tool with the "Mask Text (for Passwords)" box enabled along with the corresponding HTML SDK functionality. That obfuscates the xml in some manner.
Unfortunately I don't believe there is a way around this leveraging a macro as of back-end right now. The macro text box accepts password encryption of 'hidden', and I don't believe you can use machine/user encryption here.
As far as other ways to store the value between the UI and the engine, their main point of communication is between the configuration setting of the xml. There may be changes on the roadmap that could help with this, but nothing as of right now.