Community and category collaboration fields

The following describes the community and category collaboration override options.

  • Pick the sender routing ID – If a community has multiple routing IDs, you can pick one as the ID that is included in packaged messages.
  • Set sending rules for the AS2 message protocol – Overrides the AS2 global defaults. For field descriptions see AS2 default settings.
  • Set sending rules for the PGP message protocol – Overrides the PGP global defaults. For field descriptions see PGP default settings.
  • Set resend attempts and interval for reliable messaging – Overrides the defaults for resending messages. For field descriptions see Reliable messaging default settings.
  • Specify the signing certificate to use – Lets you specify the certificate to use for signing messages, if it is different than the community default signing certificate.
  • Specify the receipt signing certificate to use – Lets you specify the certificate for signing receipts sent to partners acknowledging messages have been received. You can specify the receipt signing receipt if different than the community default certificate.
  • Specify the PGP signing certificate to use – Lets you specify the certificate you use to digitally sign the messages you send. This specifies the PGP certificate that partners must use to verify you as the sender. When you select this option you can then select the certificate from a list of PGP certificates that are available for the community. Use this option to use a certificate that is different from the community default PGP certificate.
  • Specify whether to encrypt or sign messages and choose algorithms – Overrides the global defaults for encrypting and signing messages. This option overrides not only the default collaboration settings for your installation, but the protocol-specific signing and encrypting settings you might have set up for this community.
  • When selected the following fields display.
    • Encrypt messages – Select this check box to encrypt the messages you send.
      • Message encryption algorithm – If you select encrypt messages, select an algorithm.
    • Sign messages. Partners use your certificate to verify you as the sender – Select this check box to digitally sign the messages you send.
      • Message signing algorithm – The algorithm for creating a hash of the unencrypted message. This hash is a number that is encrypted with your community’s private key. It is decrypted by the partner using the community’s public key. The partner rehashes the decrypted message and compares the result with the hash that came with the message. If the two are identical, it ensures the contents have not been altered.

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