|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.|
|InfoServerProxyPath||The Info engine determines the path to call the Logi Application Service based on the current request context.
In certain cases, based on server configurations, you might have to specify the local Info server path to be used instead.
For most use cases, leave this attribute empty. When set, it will be used instead.
Use a format like http://localhost:port/applicationName or http://MachineName:port/applicationName|
|LogiApplicationServiceAuthenticationType||"Standard" authentication uses the Username and Password attributes to connect to the Logi Application Service.
"TrustedAccess" connects to the LogiApplicationService with ClientID and ClientSecret values, yet the service runs under the Info Username.
The default is "Standard".|
|LogiApplicationServiceClientID||The ClientID specified when registering an application client with the Logi Application Service. This is used with LogiApplicationServiceAuthenticationType="TrustedAccess".|
|LogiApplicationServiceClientSecret||The Client Secret returned when registering an application client with the Logi Application Service. This is used when LogiApplicationServiceAuthenticationType="TrustedAccess".|
|LogiApplicationServiceUrl||(Required) The URL to the Logi Application Service. The service runs on Port 3000 by default.
http://localhost:3000 if the service is running on the same machine.
|Password||The password for the specified Username to authenticate this connection.|
|SslOffloading||If you have a load balancer that has SSL Offloading enabled, and the Info application sits behind this load balancer, you can set this attribute to True.
This will build a call to the Logi Application Service using the https protocol even though the Info application itself does not have SSL enabled.|
|SslOffloadingPort||If a load balancer is used, and it redirects to an info application which is on a different port number, use this attribute to set it.
This will be used instead when building the URL to call the Logi Application Service.|
|Username||The Username to authenticate this connection.|