Deployment: Connection Tab
Use this tab to choose the way to access the Web server and specify the connection settings. The set of controls depends on the chosen server access type.
Settings common for all server types
Visible only for this project
In this list, choose the way to access the server. The available options are:
Web server URL
In this field, specify the Web server root folder URL address. Click in the field to make sure the specified server root URL address is accessible and points at the correct web page.
Both the HTTP and the HTTPS protocols are supported.
FTP and FTPS settings
In this field, specify the host name of the server to upload the files to.
In this field, specify the port to use. The default value is 21.
In this field, specify the server configuration root relative to the root folder on the server. This folder will be the highest one in the folder structure accessible through the current server configuration.
Do one of the following:
Click this button to have JetBrains Rider detect the user home folder settings on the server and set up the root path accordingly.
In this field, type your username for authentication to the server.
In this field, type your password for authentication to the server.
Log in as anonymous
Select this checkbox to enable anonymous access to the server with your email address as password.
Select this checkbox to have JetBrains Rider remember the specified password.
Click this button to check that the specified settings ensure successful connection. The button is only enabled when you have specified your user credentials.
FTP and FTPS advanced settings
In the Advanced area, customize upload/download by specifying additional protocol-specific options for the FTP/FTPS server configurations.
Choose the method to invoke client security:
Data channel protection level
From this list, set the protection level for the PROT command:
Reuse SSL session
Select this checkbox to connect to a server that requires SSL session reuse between the control and data connections.
Select this checkbox to set the client on your machine to passive mode, when it connects to the server to inform about being in the passive mode, receives the port number to listen to, and established data connection through the port with the received number. This mode is helpful when your machine is behind a firewall.
Show and process hidden files
When this checkbox is selected:
The name of a hidden file or directory starts with a dot ..
Use LIST command
Use the options in this area to configure the LIST command usage.
Concurrent connections limit
Retrieve files timestamps
Use this list to specify the MDTM FTP command calling policy to retrieve the last-modified time of a given file on the remote host.
The available options are:
Send keep alive message each
Keep alive command
Encoding for client-server communication
SFTP advanced settings
In the Advanced area, customize upload/download by specifying additional protocol-specific options for the SFTP server configurations.
Local or mounted folder settings
The server configuration root is the highest folder in the file tree on the server that can be accessed through the server configuration. The easiest way is to use the document root of your Web server as defined in the Web server configuration file. However you can appoint any other existing folder under the document root.