- In-memory or file backed caching. This caching is at the HTTP client level and allows a reduction of the HTTP traffic since data is only loaded when it has gone out of date. These caches do not survive the lifetime of the HttpClient, and so are not available across IdP restarts.
- Connection timeouts and other connection-related configuration.
- Proxy informationSecurity
- and certificate information.and so on
For details on some advanced usage, refer to the HttpClientConfiguration topic.
Notably, this feature does not at present support the security features that are described in that topic. This may be corrected in a future version. For the time being this feature only supports unauthenticated access to resources.
Configuring the HTTP Resource