Database property names for web service input devices that do not appear in the user interface

Some properties for web service input devices do not appear in the user interface. These properties can be used in Ricoh ProcessDirector symbols or for writing external programs.

The Internal values column describes restrictions on property values. If a property has specific internal values, use one of them when you set the property value in an overrides file or an external program.

In the Editable column:

  • Yes means that you can change the value.
  • No means that you cannot change the value.

Properties for web service input devices that do not appear in the user interface

Database name Brief description Internal values Editable
WebService.Credential The static credential or token that the web service input device transmits with the call to the web service that exchanges data with Ricoh ProcessDirector.

To specify the credential or token in the Request payload property, use a symbol for the WebService.Credential property. This example uses XML:

<Token>${WebService.Credential}</Token>
  No
WebService.CurrentRequestTime The date and time when the web service input device last requested a response from a web service for an external application.

Ricoh ProcessDirector sets the value of this property at the start of the interval specified by the Polling interval property.

  No
 
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