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 Exchange EWS - The Exchange EWS Connection uses the Exchange Web Service protocol which is similar to IMAP protocol - but have more Exchange options in general. Select this protocol if it is implemented by the Exchange Server.
Connection icon Exchange WebDAV - The Exchange WebDAV Connection uses the Exchange WebDAV protocol which is similar to IMAP protocol - but have more Exchange options in general. Select this protocol if it is implemented by the Exchange Server.
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 Telegram - The Telegram Connection uses the free, cloud-based instant messaging service Telegram. Telegram client apps exist for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows NT, macOS and Linux. Users can send messages and exchange photos, videos, stickers, audio, and files of any type. Telegram also provides optional end-to-end-encrypted messaging.
Connection icon Twitter - The Twitter Connection uses the online news and social networking service Twitter where users post and interact with messages, 'tweets', restricted to 140 characters. Registered users can post tweets, but those who are unregistered can only read them. Users access Twitter through its website interface, SMS or a mobile device app.
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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