Edit Connection Settings with the Client Connection Utility
To use the SDK to create your own programs, you must create connection settings for each user.
Two methods are available to create local node definitions. You can use either Connect:Direct® Requester or the Client Connection Utility. If you want to use Connect:Direct Requester, refer to the IBM® Sterling Connect:Direct for Microsoft Windows System Guide for instructions.
You can view, edit, and update IBM Connect:Direct for Microsoft Windows connection settings in the Windows Registry with the Client Connection Utility. The connection settings enable communication between the user interfaces and the Connect:Direct server. You can set up and update connection settings by:
- Adding a node
- Deleting a node
- Adding a user
- Deleting a user
- Updating node properties
- Defining a default node or user
To facilitate updating connection settings on multiple servers, you can import and export connection settings using the Client Connection Utility. After you configure the connection for a server, you can export the server's settings for use on other servers. You can then import the settings into the target server's Registry. You can also print connection settings.