Use this tab to set general connection parameters to log in to SharePoint Server.
Use this combo box to activate the component according to a condition.
See more information about using conditions in Conditional activation.
This combo box is enabled only in the eConnector configuration dialog box.
If the activation is OFF, the component won't perform any actions during files processing.
|Server and Site collection||
Enter the URL of site collection on the SharePoint server.
The URL should represent a string of the following format:
The following examples present some useful references of how to specify Server and Site collection:
|SharePoint connection method||
Select the connection method which will be used for accessing the server.
There are four available connection methods:
Select the authentication type for connecting to the server in this combo box.
The component supports two possible authentication types:
Enter the path to a custom assembly that will be used for defining an authentication
You can enter the path manually or click the browse button (...) and browse to it through the folder trees.
This field is enabled only for Security Token Services connection method.
For more information on the custom cookie provider assembly, see Cookie provider assembly.
|User name||Enter the user name which will be used to log in to the server in one of the following forms: "User", "Domain\User", or "User@domain.com".|
|Obtain password via RRT||Select this check box if you want to use an RRT as a password. Enter the RRT into the Password RRT text box.|
|Password||Enter the user password that will be used to log in to the server. This password will be saved in the encrypted form. This text box is disabled if the Obtain password via RRT check box is selected.|
|Password RRT||Enter the RRT that will be used as a password. In this case the password is not encrypted. This text box is enabled only if the Obtain password via RRT check box is selected.|
Select this option to change the author of the sent document or list item on the server.
If this check box is not selected, the author will be the user specified in the User name text box.
This option is available only for AutoStore Add-on Services connection mode with Windows Authentication credentials type;
otherwise, it is disabled.
Note: If you use the Impersonate option, the user specified in the User name text box should be a site collection administrator of the SharePoint site where you want to store the documents or list items. The impersonator should have the 'Write' permissions for the selected directory.
If you use the Impersonate option, both the User name and the impersonator name should be entered in one of the following forms: "Domain\User" or "User@domain.com".
The impersonation is applied at the configuration stage and at run time. At the configuration stage, getting lists of data from the SharePoint server is performed using the impersonator account permissions. As an exception, the list of sites is displayed using the permissions of the user specified in the User name text box. At run time, the impersonator permissions are used for saving documents and list items.
|Site||Enter the name of the SharePoint site where you want to store the documents or list items. You can click the browse button (...) to open the Select Site dialog box in which you can select a site from the displayed site tree. You can specify a subsite of the site entering its name after the parent site name followed by "/"; for example, SubSite1/SubSite1_1. If a site is not specified, the component will store documents or list items in the base SharePoint directory.|
|Server log file||
Enter full path to the file on the server side which is used by the web service for
This log file can be used for debugging/support purposes. If this path is not specified,
the web service will not create the log file.
This option is available only when AutoStore Add-on Services connection mode is selected; otherwise, it is disabled.
Note: For correct logging, ensure that the WSS_ADMIN_WPG Windows group on the web service computer has Full Control and the WSS_WPG Windows group has Read & Execute, List Folder Contents, and Read permissions or higher on the folder containing the trace log. To perform this procedure, you must be a member of the Administrators group on the local computer. For more details, see Event ID 5400 (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc561020.aspx.
|Web protocol timeout (seconds)||Specify the timeout in seconds for uploading documents or list items into the SharePoint Server. If problems occur while uploading, or a very big file is being uploaded, the component waits for this time and when the timeout expires, the component aborts uploading and rejects the document if the document has not been uploaded. It is recommended to increase timeout value when sending big documents or when sending documents into the document library which already contains a large number of documents.|
|Run gateway in separate process||
Select this check box if you want to isolate the SharePoint service process from the
main workflow process.
Note: When this check box is selected, the component starts the gateway service, which provides access to the SharePoint services, in the separate process. This can enhance the component operability in case of multiple requests and other operations that need big size of memory.
|Pass through||This check box is present only in the process component configuration window. Select this check box if you want the documents to be available to the rest of the components in your process.|