Transports define how messages are conveyed to and from BlueIntegrator.
There are many standard transports provided with BlueIntegrator, and it is relatively easy to develop new transports if required by referencing a provided DLL. Transports are configured on the Receive Port Configuration Form and the Send Port Configuration Form. As a Transport is selected, one or more Property pages are added to the form as appropriate for configuration of the selected Transport.
User Properties can be used as properties within these pages using the $PropertyName syntax. E.g. you can define a user property called ServerPath, and then set the path of a File Receive transport to be $ServerPath/Outgoing as shown below.
The Transports subsection under the BlueIntegrator Explorer Static Configuration section shows all custom transports that have been configured.
To add a new transport, see Adding a Transport.
The following standard transports are provided with BlueIntegrator:
Further information on these transports can be found in their respective Help pages. Click on the links above, or use the Help file navigation system to see the detailed help pages.