RAD Server Connection Profiles
The RAD Server Management Console application uses Connection Profiles to save connection parameters to your RAD Server Engine (EMS Server).
In the upper pane of the RAD Server Management Console application, you can set the connection parameters to connect to your RAD Server Engine (EMS Server) and other authorization credentials (such as the MasterSecret key, or the AppSecret key).
Use the upper menu in the RAD Server Management Console application to create and manage your Connection Profiles.
- To create a new Connection Profile, select Profile > New Profile and set up the connection parameters.
- To rename a Connection Profile, select a profile in the combo box, then select Profile > Rename Profile and type the new name of the profile. Click OK to save the new name.
- To delete a Connection Profile, select the profile in the combo box, and then select Profile > Remove Profile. The configuration for that profile is then deleted from the application.
Select the Connection Profile you want to use from the combo box.
To save the entire Connection Profile configuration created in your application to a file in your system:
- Select File > Export Profile.
- Save a RAD Server Profile file (
.emspfile) in a folder of your system.
To load an existing RAD Server Connection Profile file to your RAD Server Management Console application:
- Select File > Import Profile.
- Browse to the location of the RAD Server Profile file you want to open.
Use the Connection tab to set up the connection to the RAD Server Engine (EMS Server). You need to set the following parameters:
- Host. The URL of the RAD Server Engine (EMS Server). Use:
localhostif the RAD Server Engine is running on the same machine.
- IP Address of the remote RAD Server Engine if it is running on a different machine.
- Port. The connection port of the RAD Server Engine.
- Default value:
- Default value:
- HTTPS. Select HTTPS protocol identifier for a secure request to the EMS Server. Otherwise, the default protocol value is
- URL Path. Additional URL segment that identifies an application, resource, or endpoint.
Use the Proxy tab to set up the connection to the RAD Server Engine (EMS Server) through a proxy. Set the following parameters:
- Proxy server. The IP address of the proxy used.
- Proxy port. The connection port of the proxy.
- App Secret. The AppSecret configured in the RAD Server Engine configuration file.
- ApplicationID. The Application identifier defined in the RAD Server Engine configuration file.
Use the Authenticate tab to set up the authorization credentials needed to login to the RAD Server Engine (EMS Server). You can use either a registered RAD Server User or select Use Master Secret key.
- User name. A registered RAD Server User identifier.
- Password. Password value for the RAD Server User.
- Master Secret. If selected Use Master Secret, use the MasterSecret key defined in the RAD Server Engine configuration file.