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HTTP Connection Manager Editor (Server Page)

Use the Server tab of the HTTP Connection Manager Editor dialog box to configure the HTTP Connection Manager by specifying properties such as the URL and security credentials. An HTTP connection enables a package to access a Web server by using HTTP to send or receive files. After configuring the HTTP Connection Manager, you can also test the connection.

Important note Important

The HTTP connection manager supports only anonymous authentication and basic authentication. It does not support Windows Authentication.

To learn more about the HTTP connection manager, see HTTP Connection Manager. To learn more about a common usage scenario for the HTTP Connection Manager, see Web Service Task.

Server URL

Type the URL for the server.

If you plan to use the Download WSDL button on the General page of the Web Service Task Editor to download a WSDL file, type the URL for the WSDL file. This URL ends with "?wsdl".

Use credentials

Specify whether you want the HTTP Connection Manager to use the user's security credentials for authentication.

User name

If the HTTP Connection Manager uses credentials, you must specify a user name, password, and domain.

Password

If the HTTP Connection Manager uses credentials, you must specify a user name, password, and domain.

Domain

If the HTTP Connection Manager uses credentials, you must specify a user name, password, and domain.

Use client certificate

Specify whether you want the HTTP Connection Manager to use a client certificate for authentication.

Certificate

Select a certificate from the list by using the Select Certificate dialog box. The text box displays the name associated with this certificate.

Time-out (in seconds)

Provide a time-out for connecting to the Web server. The default value of this property is 30 seconds.

Chunk size (in KB)

Provide a chunk size for writing data.

Test Connection

After configuring the HTTP Connection Manager, confirm that the connection is viable by clicking Test Connection.

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