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I am trying to put my API keys in a separate file instead of storing them in config management.

For example, I installed the Commerce Stripe module.

When I export the config, it looks like this:

commerce_payment.comerce_payment_gateway.stripe_test.yml

uuid: 430a9544-c852-4a14-b7b0-3a833a02dd06
langcode: en
status: true
dependencies:
  module:
    - commerce_stripe
id: stripe_test
label: 'Stripe Test'
weight: null
plugin: stripe
configuration:
  publishable_key: thisishidden
  secret_key: thisishidden
  display_label: Stripe
  mode: test
  payment_method_types:
    - credit_card
conditions: {  }
conditionOperator: AND

Now, I want to store publishable_key and secret_key in a file, but how do I determine the "path" to call them?

$config['whatgoeshere?']['configuration']['secret_key'] = 'abcdefg';

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The first key is the name of the config object/file, so... commerce_payment.comerce_payment_gateway.stripe_test.

The rest you already figured out, it's an array that's recursively merged into the other one.

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    Actually its more like $config['system.performance']['js']['preprocess'] = FALSE; ... just to be clear about the structure. So the root(fist key) is the config name(yml file name) and the rest is structure as set in the config(yml) file itself.
    – user21641
    Sep 21, 2017 at 13:47
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    true, I was answering specifically to the "whatgoeshere?" part in the question, there already is example with just that part missing
    – Berdir
    Sep 21, 2017 at 15:19
  • This is not available in any documentation anywhere that I was able to find! (With regards to how to reference the nested yaml items)
    – NikLP
    May 20, 2019 at 13:57
  • @NikLP there are several examples in settings.php, as a start.
    – Berdir
    May 27, 2019 at 9:17
  • You're correct (naturally). I had not been able to see this clearly enough to formulate a correlation between the nested yamls and the array syntax. We might do well to add a small entry in the docs on config overrides outlining this specific syntax.
    – NikLP
    May 28, 2019 at 10:47

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