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Service Property Page
Use the Service property page to configure the following properties for your integration.
Web Service URL
Service Name: Specifies the service name that is used as part of the web request URL path. Alternatively, you can add a variable that specifies the service name or add a special character to the value that you enter.
Port: Specifies the port that is used as part of the web request URL path.
Protocol: Specifies the protocol type: HTTP or HTTPS.
Add SSL server certificate binding for the specified port: Enables automatic Secure Socket Layer (SSL) server certificate binding for the specified port. Available when HTTPS is selected.
When you select this check box and then enter the SSL server certificate's thumbprint in the Thumbprint field, the certificate binding occurs automatically. If you do not select this check box, or if you select the check box and then do not enter a thumbprint, you must bind the certificate manually by running a Netsh command. For more information, refer to Binding a Certificate to a Port.
Thumbprint: Specifies the SSL server certificate's thumbprint. You can copy the thumbprint into this field from an existing certificate file or by using the Certificate Manager feature, as follows. Available when Add SSL server certificate binding for the specified port is selected.
Copy from a Certificate File: Opens the Open File dialog so that you can browse to the certificate file that you want.
Open Certificate Manager: Starts the Microsoft Management Console and displays the Certificates - Local Computer root folder so that you can browse to the certificate that you want and then copy its thumbprint to paste into the Thumbprint field.
URL Path: Displays the URL path that the Integration Service connects to for receiving and sending data.
Maximum Connections: Specifies the maximum number of web request connections.
Specifies the authentication method that the Integration Service uses when it runs the integration's actions. The following options are available:
Use Anonymous authentication: Specifies that any user can access any public content without providing credentials (user name and password) to the client browser.
Use Windows credentials from the web service request: Specifies that the Windows credentials that the web service passes are used for authentication.
Use Basic authentication using the web service request identity: Specifies that the Basic credentials that the web service passes are used for authentication.