|CommandTimeOut||The CommandTimeOut attribute specifies the amount of time, in seconds, before the request to connect to the data source is presumed to have failed.
For most data sources, the default value is 60 seconds. For MySql, the default is 30 seconds.|
|ID||(Required) The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|LdapBaseDN||The base DN (Distinguished Name) of the LDAP connection.
This attribute is required for Java web servers. It is not used with .NET web servers.
The top level of the LDAP directory tree is the base, referred to as the "base DN."
(base DN is derived from the company's DNS domain components)
|LdapConnectionString||A full connection string to the LDAP server.
If a value is defined, it will override all other settings for the connection element and use this string to connect to the server.|
|LdapPassword||The password for the LDAP user Distinguished Name (DN).|
|LdapPort||The port address of the LDAP server.
The default is 389.|
|LdapServer||(Required) The host name of the LDAP Server.|
|ActiveDirectory||The LDAP server type.
Use "StandardLDAP" for servers such as OpenLDAP, Apache Directory, OpenDS, etc.
Use "ActiveDirectory" if your server is Microsoft Active Directory.
Default value is "StandardLDAP"
|LdapUserDn||The LDAP User Distinguished Name.
For DataLayer.LDAP Authentication, the DN is used to authenticate the current user.
For Connection.LDAP, the DN must represent a user that can query the LDAP server.