The Jfrog Artifactory Integration would scan and register new images added (or existing) to your Jfrog Artifactory docker registry.

One would need to provide an AQUA user (and password) while creating the webhook.config.json file to allow such Integration to work.

If one would ONLY set the SCanner CLI role - the registration will fail and in the Jfrog Artifactory STDOUT one might see the below error:

Response from server: '403'

Which means not enough permissions.

It is advised that one would create a specific AQUA Role for this Integration and provide that Role with the below permissions:

* in the above example 'webhook' was the role name - it can be any name.

Do recall to create a new user and provide that user with this role and update the webhook.config.json file with this AQUA user and password.