Connections

CONNECTIONS


Connections are globally stored properties for connect and logon - which can be reused in Tasks and Triggers

Connection icon FTP - The FTP Connection stores connect and logon properties for normal and secure FTP server connections.
Connection icon SFTP - The SFTP Connection stores connect and logon properties for the transfer protocol SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP).
Connection icon SCP - The SCP Connection stores connect and logon properties for Secure copy (SCP) protocol. The SCP protocol is a network protocol, based on the BSD RCP protocol, which supports file transfers between hosts on a network.
Connection icon SSH - The SSH Connection stores connect and logon properties for Secure Shell (SSH) protocol. SSH provides a secure channel over an unsecured network in a client-server architecture, connecting an SSH client application with an SSH server. This Connection allows you to connect and execute against Linux servers.
Connection icon SMTP - The SMTP Connection stores connect and logon properties for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). SMTP is used for sending email.
Connection icon POP3 - The POP3 Connection stores connect and logon properties for email server protocol POP3. POP3 protocol is used to receive emails.
Connection icon IMAP4 - The IMAP4 Connection stores connect and logon properties for email server protocol IMAP4. IMAP4 protocol is used to receive emails.
Connection icon WebDAV - The WebDAV Connection stores connect and logon properties for http servers supporing the WebDAV protocol.
Connection icon SQL - The SQL Connection stores connect and logon properties for database connections using OLEDB, ODBC or direct connection methods.
Connection icon SSRS - The SSRS Connection stores connect and logon properties for Reporting Services (SSRS).
Connection icon Amazon - The Amazon Connection stores connect and logon properties for the Amazon cloud services.
Connection icon Azure - The Windows Azure Connection stores connect and logon properties for Microsoft Azure cloud services.
Connection icon Dropbox - The Dropbox Connection stores connect and logon properties for the Dropbox cloud services.
Connection icon Google Drive - The GoogleDrive Connection stores connect and logon properties for the Google cloud service GoogleDrive.
Connection icon OneDrive - The OneDrive Connection stores connect and logon properties for the Microsoft cloud service OneDrive.
Connection icon Box - The Box Connection stores connect and logon properties for the Box cloud services.
Connection icon VisualCron - The VisualCron Connection stores connect and logon properties for connecting internally between Clients and Servers. This is used to control Jobs/Tasks on other Servers.
Connection icon Sharepoint - The Sharepoint Connection stores connect and logon properties for local Sharepoint instances or the Sharepoint online cloud service from Microsoft.
Connection icon IM - The Instant messaging Connection stores connect and logon properties for various chat protocols like Yahoo, Google Talk, ICQ, AIM and Jabber.
Connection icon XendApp - The XendApp Connection stores connect and logon properties for the device messaging service XendApp.
Connection icon Pushbullet - The Pushbullet Connection stores connect and logon properties for the messaging service Pushbullet. Pushbullet enables cross device messaging.
Connection icon Crystal Reports - The Crystal reports Connection stores connect and logon properties for database connections to Crystal reports.
Connection icon VMWare - The VMWare Connection stores connect and logon properties for guest and remote VMWare instances.
Connection icon Dynamics CRM - The Dynamics CRM Connection stores connect and logon properties for a Dynamics CRM instance.
Connection icon AS/400 - The AS/400 Connection stores connect and logon properties for the S/400 operating system.
Connection icon SAP - The SAP Connection stores connect and logon properties to SAP R/3 instances.
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