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The RESTful Web Service Transport

This Transport allows you to perform calls to the RESTful-style web services. Also, the user can configure a listener for getting the remote server answer.

Select the RESTful Web Service Transport from the Transport Type drop down.

The Resource Path is the URI of the Source. The Accept Media Type is the type of media that will be sending in the HTTP request. The Validate SSL Hostnames checks that any security certificate used is valid for the hostname. This can cause the connection to fail with certain certificates.

The Method can be GET, POST, PUT, DELETE or HEAD. GET retrieves the data, POST posts it, PUT updates it, and DELETE deletes it, HEAD retrieves meta-information written in response headers (without having to transport the entire content).

The Query Parameters are for HTTP request parameters.

The HTTP Headers tab allows you to add the headers to the request.

The Authentication tab is where you can enter the authentication that the remote server uses.

The Response Tab is where you can configure the Response Listener.

On the KeyStore tab you can specify

KeyStore Path: The file path for the certificate file.
KeyStore Type: The format of the certificate file.
KeyStore Password: The certificate password.
Use KeyStore Attribute: Specifies whether a certificate is to be loaded from a transaction attribute.
KeyStore Attribute: Specifies the attribute to load the certificate from.

On the TrustStore tab you can specify:

Trust Store Path: File Path for a certificate store.  
TrustStore Type: The format of the TrustStore file.
Trust Store Password: Password for the certificate store.
Use Trust Store Attribute: Specifies whether trust store is to be loaded from a transaction attribute.
Trust Store Attribute: Specifies attribute to load the trust store from.

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