This section explains each of the properties in the configuration blade.
This associates the Agent to a specific Collection (default to that of the current Data Stream).
Your OData service version. V3 and V4 are supported.
The authentication methods supported:
The URL of the token endpoint provided by the application to make API requests.
Use Connection Variables
Tick to select saved variables; or enter the text manually for the authentication properties.
The endpoint address (URL) of the OData service authorizing the client e.g. https://login.windows.net/example.com.au (applies to App Credentials Authentication Type only).
The unique identifier to request authorized access to client data (applies to App Credentials Authentication Type only).
The client secret obtained from the OData service (applies to App Credentials Authentication Type only).
The user name used to authenticate the connection (applies to User Credentials Authentication Type only).
The password used to authenticate the connection (applies to User Credentials Authentication Type only).
The request method performed by the OData service: POST or GET.
The entity against which the action is performed.
The properties grid is populated once an entity is selected.
The parameter specified in the uploaded metadata configuration of the selected entity.
The column or attribute of the input payload used as the parameter value.
The data type of the value.
The columns which the Agent will return. If no columns are specified, all columns from the OData service are returned.
Results Returned As
The result properties are either appended to the incoming payload (Append to Current), or a new payload is created that consists only of the expressions (New).
This endpoint is used to receive data from the parent Agent.
Events received from the parent Agent are made available to this endpoint, with the attributes dependent upon the Results property configuration.
Errors encountered during the execution of this Agent will be published on this endpoint.