HTTP SSL Configuration collection
To configure transport-level SSL (SSL) security. Use this configuration when a Web service is a client to another Web service.
Use transport-level security to enable HTTP SSL (or HTTPS). Transport-level security can be enabled or disabled independently from message-level security. Because transport-level security provides minimal security, use message-level security when security is essential to the Web service application.
To view this administrative console page, complete the following steps:
- Click Applications > Enterprise Applications > appname.
- Under Related Items, click Web Module > URI_file_name > Web Services: Client Security Bindings.
- Under HTTP SSL Configuration, click Edit.
HTTP SSL Enabled Specifies secure socket communications for the HTTP transport for this port. When enabled, WAS uses the HTTP SSL Configuration setting.
HTTP SSL Configuration Specifies which alias of the SSL configuration to use with the HTTP transport for this port.
This option is used if you select HTTP SSL Enabled. SSL aliases are defined in the SSL configuration repertoire, which you can configure by clicking Security > SSL.
See AlsoSecuring Web services using XML digital signature
Configuring HTTP outbound transport level security
Web services: default bindings for the Web services security collection
Web Services: Client security bindings collection
Web services: Server security bindings collection