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Security Tab Options
The following table describes fields in the Security tab of the Progress DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline ODBC Driver Setup dialog box, and provides the long name of the corresponding property that you can set in a .ini file and the short name for connection string attributes. The fields on this tab are required, but can be supplied in different ways as described in Required properties.
The Security tab contains the following fields, which have no initial default value:
The Security tab of the ODBC Hybrid Driver Setup dialog box
Table 132. Security Tab Options
Field NameProperty Name (Short name)
Description
Initial Default Value
User Name
LogonID (UID)
Specifies the user name.
For more information, see User Name .
None
Logon Domain
LogonDomain (LD)
Specifies the domain part of the Hybrid Data Pipeline connectivity service user id for applications that do not handle an @ character. If Logon Domain is not an empty string, the driver first appends the @ character to the end of the User Name value and then appends the value of Logon Domain, allowing use of an e-mail address as a user name.
For more information, see Logon Domain .
None
Data Source User
DataSourceUser (DSU)
Account user name for the data store if it is not provided in the Data Source or connection string. For example, if a Hybrid Data Pipeline Data Source is configured to connect to Salesforce, the value for Data Source User is your Salesforce User ID.
For more information, see Data Source Name .
None
Data Source Password
DataSourcePassword (DSP)
Account password for the cloud data store if they are not provided in the Data Source or connection string.
For more information, see Data Source Password .
None
Enable SSL
EncryptionMethod (EM)
The method the driver uses to encrypt data sent between the driver and the Hybrid Data Pipeline server.
If not enabled (the default), data is not encrypted. If selected, the driver uses an SSL protocol.
Disabled (the check box is not selected, or the value is set to 0 in the connection string)
Validate Server Certificate
ValidateServerCertificate (VSC)
Determines whether the connectivity service validates the certificate that is sent by the Hybrid Data Pipeline server when SSL encryption is enabled.
If set to 0 (Disabled) or false, the connectivity service does not validate the certificate that is sent by the database server. The connectivity service ignores any trust store information specified by the Trust Store and Trust Store Password options.
If set to 1 (Enabled) or true, the connectivity service validates the certificate that is sent by the database server.
Enabled (the check box is selected)
Trust Store
TrustStore (TS)
Specifies the location of the trust store file that contains a list of the valid Certificate Authorities (CAs) that are trusted by the client machine for SSL server authentication. An absolute path is recommended.
None
Trust Store Password
TrustStorePassword (TSP)
The password that is used to access the trust store file when server authentication is used. The trust store file contains a list of the Certificate Authorities (CAs) that the client trusts.
None
Host Name In Certificate
HostNameInCertificate (HNIC)
Specifies a host name or server name that is validated against the information stored in an SSL certificate when validation is enabled (ValidateServerCertificate=1).
None