HTTP Transport Properties Dialog Box, Authentication Tab

 

In the HTTP Transport Properties dialog box, use the Authentication tab to configure the send port for the HTTP adapter.

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Authentication TypeSpecify the type of authentication to use with the destination server.

Options:

- Anonymous
- Basic
- Digest
- Kerberos

Default Value: Anonymous
CredentialsSpecify the type of credentials to use.

Only available if the Authentication Type is Basic or Digest.

Options:

- Do Not Use Single Sign-On
     User name
The user name to use for authentication with the destination server. If the Authentication Type property is Anonymous or Kerberos, this option is disabled. This property requires a value if Basic or Digest is selected, and Enterprise Single Sign-On is not used.
Minimum length: 0
Maximum length: 256
     Password
The password to use for authentication with the destination server. If the Authentication Type property is Anonymous or Kerberos, this option is disabled. This property requires a value if Basic or Digest is selected, and Single Sign-On is not used.
Minimum length: 0
Maximum length: 256
- Use Single Sign-On
Specify whether to use Single Sign-On to retrieve client credentials for authentication with the destination server.
     Affiliate Application
Specifies the affiliate application to use for Single Sign-On.
Choose the applications that you want to include in Single Sign-On.
Minimum length: 0
Maximum length: 256
SSL client certificate thumbprintSpecify the thumbprint of the client certificate to use for establishing a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection.

Minimum length: 0

Maximum length: 59

Configuring an HTTP Send Port

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