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Description:issue adhoc SOURCE protocol requests to an nkp:// Server
Identifier Syntax

NKPProtocolRequest is an accessor using a standard identifier grammar:

    <group name="base">
    <group name="path">
      <regex type="anything" />

with the following arguments: (for more details on argument passing details see here)

baseString (unknown)(no description available)
pathString (anything)(no description available)
Request Verbs

The following verbs are supported:


The response representation of this accessor for SOURCE requests is unknown.

This accessor throws no documented exceptions.

Import Requirements

To use NKPProtocolRequest accessor you must import the module urn:com:ten60:netkernel:nkp:



This endpoint provides a protocol handler for the nkp:// scheme. It essentially offers a shorthand alias for the full active:NKPRequest. Requests for the nkp:// scheme are treated as oneshot.

nkp:// URI scheme consists of scheme identifier, host and port followed by an arbitrary path


This URI is used to construct an NKP client connection to the NKP server at host:port. The path of the nkp: URI is converted to a generic res:/ request which is issued into the server's NKP host space. [ You can use the active:NKPRequest if you require the full richness of general declarative requests on the server side. ]


If you have an NKP server on host myhost.com at port 10601 and which has an endpoint resolving "res:/some/service" then you can make a one-shot request for this resource with

SOURCE nkp://myhost.com:10601/some/service

which becomes on the NKP serverside...

SOURCE res:/some/service

nkps:// TLS/SSL

By using the nkps:// scheme you indicate that the endpoint should negotiate TLS encryption of the connection to the NKP server.

Configuration res:/etc/NKPClientConfig.xml

You must provide in the client-side address space a resource res:/etc/NKPClientConfig.xml. This contains detailed configuration state for the NKP connection which the nkp:// request will use.

The configuration options are the same as for active:NKPRequest and are covered here.

Note the values for host and port in the nkp:// URI will override any settings for these in the configuration. Also specifying nkps:// will always force TLS encryption.


As a bare minimum we recommend that the configuration specifies how to treat server-side requests. The following configuration will explicitly prevent server-side requests into the client address space during the the execution of the nkp:// request...