How to run shinycannon using an RStudio Connect API key instead of a password?

January 24, 2020 @joseluizferreira

@joseluizferreira wrote:

I know it may be a stretch to ask this here, but I am trying to use the package shinyloadtest with shinycannon to test the load of some applications I have in RStudio Connect. I am following the recipe present in [https://rstudio.github.io/shinyloadtest/].

This works fine, except that in the shinycannon step I am asked to store my RSC password and user in an env variable in order to authenticate against the app (because it is a login protected app). This is undesirable for many reasons and I imagine that it could be possible to use a RSC token instead, however I could not find the documentation for it. Does anyone know if this is actually possible?

Otherwise (and I should probably open another topic for that), is it possible to change the access of an app publish in RStudio connect (say, from All users- login required to All users- no login) through the RSC API?

Thanks!

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