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  1. Preface
  2. Connectors and connections
  3. Connection configuration
  4. Connection properties
  5. Swagger file generation for REST V2 connections

Data Integration Connections

Data Integration Connections

Receipt properties

Receipt properties

The following table describes AS2 connection receipt properties:
Connection property
Description
Receipt Certificate Alias
Alias for the receipt certificate. Applicable when you configure the connection to require a signed receipt.
AS2 Connector uses the receipt certificate to verify that the certificate that signed the receipt is a certificate in the default trusted certificate keystore.
Optional if the receipt signature contains an embedded certificate. If the receipt signature does not contain an embedded certificate, you must specify the receipt certificate alias.
Receipt Transfer Encoding
Type of encoding to use for message receipts. This is useful when the receipt does not include the transfer encoding.
Use one of the following values:
  • base64
  • quoted-printable
  • 7bit
  • 8bit
  • binary
Request Receipt
Whether or not to request a MDN receipt when the server receives the message. Select one of the following options:
  • None. Do not require a receipt.
  • Signed. Require a receipt signed with a digital signature.
  • Unsigned. Require a receipt without a digital signature.
Default is none.
Destination
Mode with which to receive the MDN. Applicable when you request a receipt.
Select one of the following values:
  • Joblog. Receive MDN in the job log, accessible in
    Monitor
    .
  • File. Receive MDN in a file.
  • Email. Receive MDN in an email.
  • URL. Receive MDN through an URL.
  • Discard. Discard MDN.
Default is joblog.
File
Path including the file name to store the MDN. Applicable for a file destination.
When File Exists
Determines how to resolve name conflict when a receipt file already exists. Applicable for a file destination.
Select one of the following values:
  • Rename. Rename the new receipt file by adding a sequential number. For example, fileMdn 2.txt, fileMdn 3.txt
  • Append. Append receipt to the existing file.
  • Overwrite. Overwrite contents of the existing receipt file.
  • Skip. Do not upload the receipt.
  • Error. Duplicate file name causes error.
Default is rename.
Email Address
Email address to send the receipts. Applicable for an email destination.
Receipt URL
URL to post the receipts. Applicable for an URL destination.