HTTP Listener for custom port listening, XML listening, and/or raw HTML handling
Override the Device Mode that will be used to open the TCP socket
List of properties can be set as settings in the configuration file format is a comma separated list of property names
Set this to 0 to prevent normalizing of HTTP header variable names to lowercase
Text Charset to use to decode incoming data and encode outgoing data. In addition to standard Character Encoding identifiers, allowed values are Auto,AutoXML,Binary,and RawBytes.
Auto means use the encoding declared in the incoming HTTP header Content-Type field.
AutoXML means use the encoding declared in the XML header of the incoming XML body content, if any.
RawBytes or Binary mean to read the raw bytes of the body without any Character Encoding transformation. This is the default action.
If True, use the Charset setting rather than any charset that may be declared in the incoming HTTP header Content-Type field
Set this property from onInit() in your Service class to make the adapter parse form variables from the form body in case of a form POST
Local TCP port to listen on for HTTP requests
If non-zero, stay connected to the remote system between handling Requests until idle for this number of seconds. A value of -1 means never disconnect.