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Encryption type for returned data. Use one of the following values:
TEA. Use the Block Tiny Encryption Algorithm (BTEA) to encrypt the data the server returns. BTEA is a Feistel cipher which uses operations from mixed (orthogonal) algebraic groups. It encrypts 64 data bits at a time using a 128-bit key.
TEA encryption type is deprecated for Connector Framework Server version 10.8.0 and later. Instead of using ACI encryption, HPE recommends configuring Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connections between ACI servers and applications. For more information, see Secure Socket Layer Parameters.
This encryption type is still available for existing implementations, but it might be incompatible with new functionality. The parameter might be deleted in future.
GSS. Use this option if Connector Framework Server is part of a system that is using Kerberos protocol for communication.
To use this option, you must have a suitable library to provide the GSSAPI. On Linux systems, you might also need to create a symbolic link for the GSSAPI library to
gssapi32.so in the working directory of the component.