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Click Management > Application Settings > select CxOSA Settings. The CxOSA settings screen enables you to set the CxOSA settings for the system.

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In order to start working with CxOSA settings, you first need to accept the End User License Agreement (EULA). Click the View EULA button, read and accept the agreement.

  • Organization Token - Displays the organization token provided by WS (read-only).The CxOSA settings fields are enabled automatically and include the following settings:
  • OSA Scan Options:
    • Standard Scan – This option analyses open source identifiers (e.g. file name, group Id and Artifact ID) providing better accuracy, but less confidentiality (Default for new installations).
    • Restricted Scan – This option analyses open source fingerprints only, providing better security, but less accuracy (Default for upgrades on existing installations).

Click Test Connection to perform a health check for connection validation.

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This connection validation test checks the following CxOSA components:

Connect to CxProxyThe configured CxOSA cloud URL is reachable. For example:

Connect to Engine

CxOSA was able to perform a cloud REST API call successfully
Validate Organizational TokenThe Organization Token is valid and can be used to scan
Connect to CxOSA ServicesCxOSA was able to connect to the scan services on the server (Scan Manager & Jobs Manager)

Each tested component will indicate either successful or failed validation/connection.

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