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Fields that support the Global Resource Settings syntax

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The following table lists fields that support the Global Resource Settings syntax (= PageName.PropertyName ) for references to external systems, and the default properties that are associated with those fields. You can refer to properties that you have created rather than the default properties.

The fields in the following table also support application settings. To store and organize the environment-specific settings in your application, as a best practice, create application settings and reference them in your fields. For more information, see Creating an application setting and Categorizing application settings.

For an overview of the Global Resource Settings feature and how to implement it, see Using the Global Resource Settings feature.

Connector rules

Rule type Field label
Rule-Connect-SOAP Service endpoint URL

Response timeout

Authentication profile

Rule-Connect-JMS JNDI server name

Connection factory

Request destination name

Response destination name

Response timeout

Authentication profile

Rule-Connect-MQ MQ server name

Request queue manager

Request queue name

Response queue/model name

Response queue manager

Response message timeout

Rule-Connect-EJB JNDI server name
Rule-Connect-HTTP Endpoint URL

Response timeout

Authentication profile

Rule-Connect-dotNet Service endpoint URL

Response timeout

Authentication profile

Rule-Connect-SAP Response timeout

Authentication profile

Rule-Connect-CMIS Timeout
Rule-Connect-REST Response timeout

Service rules

Type Field label
Rule-Service-File Frequency

Mapping rules

Type Field label
Rule-Obj-XML Schema URL
Rule-Parse-XML Schema URL

Data classes

Type Field label
Data-Admin-Connect-EmailListener Email account name

Requestor login user ID

Requestor login password

Data-EmailAccount Sender email address

Sender user ID

Sender password

Sender SMTP host

Sender port

Message signing keystore instance

Message signing alias

Receiver user ID

Receiver password

Receiver host

Receiver port

Data-Admin-Connect-EmailServer Host Name

Port Number

User ID

Password

Send Email As

Administrator Email

Data-Admin-Connect-FileListener Source location

Requestor login user ID

Requestor login password

Data-Admin-Connect-JMSListener JNDI server name

Connection factory name

Request destination name

Response destination name

Requestor login user ID

Requestor login password

Data-Admin-Connect-JMSMDBListener JNDI Server

Topic or Queue JNDI Name (MDB Descriptor Properties section)

Connection Factory JNDI Name

Topic or Queue JNDI Name ("REPLYTO" Connection section)

Data-Admin-Connect-JNDIServer Provider URL

Security principal

Security credentials

Data-Admin-Connect-MQListener Transaction backout queue

Request queue name

Request queue manager

Response queue name (Reply To section)

Response queue manager (Reply To section)

Requestor login user ID

Requestor login password

Data-Admin-Connect-MQServer Host name

Port number

Channel

User ID

Password

SSL/TLS truststore

SSL/TLS keystore

SSL/TLS secret key reset count

SSL/TLS peer name

Data-Admin-Security-OAuth2-Client Single sign-on (SSO) identity provider (IdP) federation ID

Redirect URI endpoint

SAML authentication service

Type Field label
Identity provider information Entity Identification (Issuer)
Login location
Logout location
Artifact Resolution Service (ARS) location
TLS/SSL truststore
Service provider settings Entity Identification
Assertion Consumer Service (ACS) location
Redirect logout location
SOAP logout location
Artifact Resolution Service (ARS) location
Signing certificate
  • KEYSTORE NAME
  • SIGNING ALIAS
  • SIGNING PASSWORD
Decryption certificate
  • KEYSTORE NAME
  • SIGNING ALIAS
  • SIGNING PASSWORD

Authentication profile

Authentication profile GRS supported fields
Basic
  • User name
  • Set password
  • Host name
  • Realm
OAUTH 2.0
  • Redirect URI endpoint (When the GRS syntax is used, set the data page’s access group and the Oauth2 service package to be the same, and the data page to read-only).
  • Single sign-on (SSO) identity provider (IdP) federation ID
NTLM
  • User name
  • Set password
  • Host name
  • Domain

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