This panel is provided for customers that are using the com.castsoftware.highlight2mri extension to inject CAST Highlight results as properties of objects generated during an application analysis. By linking directly to your CAST Highlight account, your CAST Highlight SCA vulnerabilities can be downloaded direct and injected into the analysis results, which is then reused in CAST Imaging. You can find out more information about when to fill in these fields in Highlight 2 MRI.

Highlight URL

The URL to your CAST Highlight instance, either public ( or private.

Company ID / Client IDThese entries can be found in your CAST Highlight user profile. Note that Client ID is optional, while Company ID is required. If you do not supply the Client ID value, then CAST Console is not able to know when the supplied CAST Highlight token expires and will therefore not generate a system alert about this (i.e. the token could expire and CAST Console will not know).

The Highlight Token - this can be also be found in the CAST Highlight user profile but must be manually enabled by CAST Highlight Support first. Note that a token is valid for a finite duration and will expire. When it has expired and if you supply the Client ID value (see above), a system alert is generated to warn you:

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Create applicationThis option is enabled by default and will automatically create the corresponding application in CAST Highlight if it does not already exist there.

This button saves the entries that you have added (a check is actioned to ensure that the entries are valid). In addition:

  • Using the integration with CAST Highlight via the com.castsoftware.highlight2mri extension requires a live internet connection to the URL defined in the Highlight URL field.
  • The CAST Highlight data is made available in CAST Imaging, see Highlight 2 MRI for more information.
  • It is NOT necessary to configure these settings if you are using the com.castsoftware.highlight2mri extensionto generate CloudReady information for consumption in CAST Imaging.