LLodi Core helps you to manage and control all your installed modules.
LLodi Agent supports both HTTP and HTTPS, when a certificate is provided HTTPS will be used, otherwise HTTP connection will be enabled.
You can modify the ports used for the different modules in your configuration tab.
8091 (can't be changed)
To use HTTPS you must upload a certificate (PFX or PEM)in the configuration tab. When your certificate is correctly uploaded, the status will be "Active", and HTTPS connection will be used.
To add an additional layer of security you can require a LLodi Key to be added to any request to your modules.
LLodi Key is a unique GUID defined and activated from your Core. When enabled, it becomes required as the
llodi-key header for any request. See line 12 in the example below.
LIB CONNECT TO 'LLodi Writer Connector';SELECT *FROM MailAgentWITH GUID 123l4567-8l9o-0d1i-2a3l-456l7890od1iWITH FIELDS (to "firstname.lastname@example.org",subject "Important Email from LLodi!",html "<b>WOW</b><p>Great job!</p><h1>Using LLodi mail is very cool</h1>:)")WITH CONNECTION (HTTPHEADER "Content-Type" "application/json",URL " https://server.llodiserver.com:8089/email",HTTPHEADER "llodi-key" "6f473260-1234-e433-98yt-2e1nov040159");
When enabled Whitelist feature will accept only IPs or domains on the list, blocking all others.
In this tab you will find information about your installation and the expiration date of your LLodi Suite license.
In this page you have unified the links to all your module web pages.
You can download LLodi Widgets from the platform and from LLodi Core.