Hi, does the airflow settings file support environment variables from the host machine?
For exemple below USER_PASS is an env variable on the local host environment.
- conn_id: 'some_connection'
At the moment, it does not.
What about in the Docker file? something like this works if the $PASS variable is defined in the .env file:
But using the same Dockerfile with deploy doesn’t seem to work.
@AndrewHarmon, are there any plans to get this implemented?
I think this would be a great feature to implement, as it’d allow us to be able to commit a template of the expected
airflow_settings.yaml in our development environments to the
git repository. One of the pain points I deal with is when my team members need me to send them a copy of my
airflow_settings.yaml, and I have to painstakenly remove my own credentials before sending it over.
Also, we use our Windows domain credentials for SMB & SQL Server credentials, so this would allow us to hide our computers’ password from prying eyes