The Connection Configuration screen allows you to enter all the necessary SQL and SAP Business One login details that are required to connect to a particular company database.
|Connection Name||User entered name for the connection.|
|Active||The user can choose to deactivate a connection for a period of time to prevent any processing being carried out on that connection. Please be aware that no processing will be done via any service while the connection is not active.|
|Server Name||SQL server name.|
|User||SQL username. Windows authentication is not supported.|
|Password||SQL user password.|
|Password||SAP user password.|
|License Server||SAP License Server name or IP address and port number to use.|
|Server Type||SQL version.|
|Language||Language to use.|
|Validate||Validates the connection details that have been entered. The system will attempt to connect to both the SQL server and login to the SAP company to ensure that all the credentials are correct. If the validation fails, the connection will be set to inactive along with any service instances that use the connection.|
|Auto Validate When Loaded||This setting will cause the system to carry out a validation of the connection details each time the form is opened.|
|Save button||Saves the current connection details. If the connection is set to active, the system will also carry out a validation of the connection. If the validation fails, the system will deactivate the connection and any service instances using the connection.|
|Cancel button||Closes the form without saving the changes|
|Status||Indicates the current status of the connection.|
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