These properties can be configured or set by the associated Business Operation
Number of seconds to wait on each connection attempt
Text to wait for to verify successful login
Text to wait for to detect failed login
Optional macro to evaluate to log in after detecting the Login (Username) Prompt string The following variables are defined in the context of the macro: %Username=..%CredentialsObj.Username, %Password=..%CredentialsObj.Password, %Adapter=Adapter object. Text enclosed in &Raw() will be sent out without escaping or translation
Optional macro to evaluate to log in after detecting the Password Prompt string The following variables are defined in the context of the macro: %Username=..%CredentialsObj.Username, %Password=..%CredentialsObj.Password, %Adapter=Adapter object. Text enclosed in &Raw() will be sent out without escaping or translation
Prompt to wait for before submitting Username to the remote host
Prompt to wait for before submitting Password to the remote host
Number of seconds of idle time to tolerate while waiting for a complete response
Number of seconds to wait for a complete response. Setting the timeout to -1 means wait forever.
The name of an existing SSL/TLS system configuration set to use (Secure Socket Layer / Transport Layer Security, configured via the system portal's Security Management page).
If your SSL Configuration requires you to supply a password for the local private key file, specify it in the Private key password property of the SSL/TLS Configuration.
Holds a record of the signon screen received from the remote host after sending username & password.
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.
Telnet Session object
Server port to connect to
Server to connect to
Prepare for Telnet transfer by logging in, setting the directory and transfer mode
Disconnect from the datasource
Notify of Disconnect from the datasource
This user callback method is called just after %OnNew()
This method is called from the Host.OnTask() method. It will be called within KeepaliveInterval of the last return from OnTask() or OnKeepalive().
This user callback method is called just before %OnClose()
Send the given pRequestString, and return in pResponseString any data received back up until pTimeout seconds have elapsed, or until pIdleTimeout seconds elapse with no further data received, or up until any of the optional pTarget strings is encountered.
If pTarget strings are provided the pWhich output argument will contain an integer indicating which of them was matched. A value of 0 in pWhich indicates that none was matched and therefore the timeout expired or an error occurred.
Setting pInsensitive=1 means the pTarget strings will match data received in a case-insensitive way.
To make this method return without waiting for any reply data, call it with pTimeout=0.