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Configure Host

Your organization or your business group is considered the host partner in Anypoint Partner Manager. In the Anypoint platform, your hostname is the same name as your Anypoint Platform business group. An Anypoint Platform business group is a self-contained resource that was set up to hold Anypoint Platform resources such as APIs and applications.

Within the host page you can do the following:

  • Add identifiers to uniquely identify yourself.

  • Add digital certificates associated with your organization.

  • Configure details associated with the Payload Storage API (the same one that was configured as part of the Setup instructions).

The storage API is a mandatory configuration where your B2B message payloads are stored.

Update the Host’s Profile

  1. Open Anypoint Partner Manager and select the name of your organization from the left navigation pane. You can configure your indentifiers, certificates, and the location and configuration of your payload storage.

  2. Click New within the Identifiers section to begin adding an identifier related to your organization.

  3. Select an identifier type from the Type drop-down menu. This uniquely identifies you. For example, depending on your setup, select one of the following: AS2, DUNS number, X12 GS, or X12-ISA.

  4. Provide a value for your identifier (and qualifier for X12-ISA) and click Create identifier to save your changes. See Identifiers for more information about X12-ISA settings.

  5. Click New within the Certificates section to begin to upload any needed digital certificates (such as an X.509 certificate in PKCS12 file format for the AS2 transport protocol).

  6. Click Choose file to select the certificate (typically a <certificate name>.PEM file), and click Upload certificate to upload your chosen certificate file. See Certificates for more information about configuring certificates in Partner Manager.

  7. Click New from within Endpoints: Receive from partners or Endpoints: Targets at <partner name> for the Host, and select your protocol type.

  8. Set up your endpoint based on the protocol type you selected.

    For more information about your protocol type refer to:

  9. Click Save when you are done.

  10. If you need to make changes later, click Edit within the Payload storage section.

For example, you changing the URL location, timeout settings, or acknowledgments.

Refer to Identifiers for information about deleting an identifier.

Refer to Endpoint Types and Protocols for information about deleting an endpoint.

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