||Enter a name for the destination.
||Enter the destination URL of the datasource you are
- If you are creating a destination for an SAP service, see Registering an SAP Service on Gateway Management Cockpit
for information on how to get the destination URL.
- For REST services, enter the base URL and not
the absolute URL (that is, exclude the relative
URL). For example, if the absolute URL of the
in the <Destination URL> field.
||Select one of:
||If you selected Basic Authentication
type, enter the user name to access the datasource.
||Enter the password to access the datasource.
||If you selected:
- Client Certificate: enter the
certificate alias of the end user in the back-end
- CSI Authentication and have enabled Enable
X.509 option: enter the certificate
alias of the technical user in the back-end
|If you selected CSI Authentication,
depending on the authentication providers configured in the
security profile associated with the application, you can
enable one or more SSO mechanisms:
|1. <Enable Kerberos>
||Enable this option to access the datasource using
Kerberos. You must also specify the Kerberos realm and
service name properties.
|2. <Enable Basic Authentication>
||Enable this option to use the basic authentication
mechanism to access the datasource (username and password
provided by the user is forwarded to the back-end in the
HTTP Basic Authentication header).
|3. <Enable SSO2>
||Enable this option to use the SAP SSO2 mechanism to
access the datasource. You must also provide the certificate
alias of the technical user in the back-end system.
|4. <Enable X.509>
||Enable this option when the client has authenticated using HTTPS and X.509
certificates for mutual authentication. In case it is used
with the Principal Propagation Authentication Provider, SAP
Mobile Platform will generate short-living X.509
certificates and sign them with the configured key. You must
also provide the certificate alias of the technical user in
the back-end system when Enable X.509
option is selected.
||If you selected Enable Kerberos, enter the realm that
contains the datasource resources that are accessed using
|<Kerberos Service Name>
||If you selected Enable Kerberos,
enter the service name used by Kerberos to access the
datasource. It usually corresponds to the hostname of the