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(Not applicable to Agentry applications) An application connection template is a model or pattern used to standardize properties and values for application connections. When application share many of the same connection properties and values save them to a connection template.

The application connection template assigned during application connection registration sets the default connection with common properties and values. You can then override the default template properties and specific values.

You can also assign Hybrid App packages to an application connection template. When you assign Hybrid App packages to an application connection template, all application connections that use the template are automatically assigned the Hybrid App packages.

Commonly used application properties include: application ID, security configuration, and logical role (used for automatic application connection registration for role based access), and domain. Together, the application ID, security configuration, and logical role form a unique key. An application may have multiple templates that use the same security configuration but different logical roles. During the course of automatic registration and application activation, the Template Priority property of in template's Application Settings defines the order in which the logical roles are evaluated for user authorization.

Use the built-in templates or create new ones as dictated by your deployment environment. You can also use these built-in templates to customize templates beyond those created from development property values:
  • Default Registers application connections without an application ID. Use this option for backward compatibility scenarios, or with previous versions of client runtime for native messaging clients.
  • HWC Registers application connections for Hybrid Web Container clients only.
  • $diagtool Registers application connections to verify a valid end-to-end configuration.