Setup a REST Wunderlist Connection Manager

The REST Connection Manager is an SSIS connection manager component that can be used to establish connections with Wunderlist REST service to help facilitate Wunderlist data integration.

See Wunderlist REST Source Component for how to retrieve data from Wunderlist & Wunderlist REST Destination Component for how to write to Wunderlist.

To add a new connection, right-click the Connection Manager area in your Visual Studio project, and choose "New Connection..." from the context menu. You will be prompted the "Add SSIS Connection Manager" window. Select the "REST (KingswaySoft)" item to add a new REST Connection Manager.

New SSIS Connection

Add SSIS REST Connection Manager

The REST Connection Manager contains 2 pages of configuration.

  • General
  • Advanced

General page

The General page allows you to specify connection properties and login credentials for Wunderlist REST service:

SSIS REST Wunderlist Connection Manager

Service Name

The REST service that will be connected to. 

Base URL:

The Base URL that will be used to connect to Wunderlist.  This property has a default value, which should generally never change.  The default value can be changed by clicking the "lock" icon and entering a new value.

API Throttle Rate

The API Throttle Rate will limit the number of requests that can be sent per second. 

Wunderlist Authentication

This option allows you to specify your application when working with Wunderlist REST service App.

  • App Provided by KingswaySoft: use the Client Id and Secret that is provided by KingswaySoft for your convenience when setting up the connection.
  • My Own: specify your own application registration with Wunderlist 
    • Client Id 
    • Client Secret
    • RedirectUrl
Generate Token (In App)...

The Generate Token File (In App)... button completes the entire OAuth authentication process inside of the toolkit. All you need to do is login to the service endpoint and authorize our app to generate your token.

Generate Token (In Browser)...

The Generate Token File (In Browser)... button completes the OAuth authentication using your default browser. After you click this button simply follow the steps in the dialog to generate your token.

Access Token

If you have an Access Token that you would like to use, enter it in the access token field. If you do not have a Wunderlist access token you can generate one by clicking the Generate Token button.

Test Connection

After all the connection information has been provided, you may click the "Test Connection" button to test if the user credentials entered can connect to the selected REST service.

Advanced page

REST Connection Manager - Advanced

Proxy Mode

Proxy Mode option allows you to specify how you want to configure the proxy server setting. There are three options available.

  • No Proxy
  • Auto-detect (Using system configured proxy)
  • Manual
Proxy Server

Using Proxy Server option allows you to specify the name of the proxy server for the connection.

Port

The Port option allows you to specify the port number of the proxy server for the connection.

Username (Proxy Server Authentication)

Username option (under Proxy Server Authentication) allows you to specify the proxy user account.

Password (Proxy Server Authentication)

Password option (under Proxy Server Authentication) allows you to specify the proxy user's password.

Note: The Proxy Password is not included in the connection manager's ConnectionString property by default. This is by design for security reasons. However, you can include it in your ConnectionString if you want to parameterize your connection manager. The format would be ProxyPassword=myProxyPassword; (make sure you have a semicolon as the last character). It can be anywhere in the ConnectionString.

Timeout

The number of seconds requests should wait before timing out.

Retry on Intermittent Errors

The retry on intermittent errors option determines if requests will be retried when there is an error. If this option is checked requests will be retried up to 3 times.