Secrets Manager

Secrets Manager allows you to securely store your secrets, such as API keys, to be used in LiveQuery's primitive functions.

1. Define your secret

Start by creating a container that corresponds with the API you want to use and then populate key/value pairs within it

2. Reference your secret_name

Pass in the secret_name as an argument in the live.udf_api function


More on arguments


  • url (string): The URL to call. If you are doing a GET request that does not require authentication, you can pass the URL directly. Otherwise, you may need to pass in some or all of the optional arguments below. You may also need to pass a secret value into the URL if you are using an API that requires authentication.


  • method (string): The HTTP method to use (GET, POST, etc.)

    • Default: GET, unless data is passed, in which it will default to POST

  • headers (object): A JSON object containing the headers to send with the request.

    • Default: {'Content-Type': 'application/json'}

  • data (object): A JSON object containing the data to send with the request. Batched JSON RPC requests are supported by passing an array of JSON RPC requests.

    • Default: null

  • secret_name (string): The name of the secret to use for authentication.

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