Maintaining the WSIF properties file
The Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF) properties are stored in the wsif.jar file, in a properties file named wsif.properties. This properties file is kept on the class path, so that WSIF can find it and the client administrator can use it to configure WSIF.
Here is a copy of the initial contents of the wsif.properties file. All the possible properties are listed and described.
Usage scenario# Two properties are used to override which WSIFProvider is selected when there # exists multiple providers supporting the same namespace URI. These properties are: # # wsif.provider.default.CLASSNAME=N # wsif.provider.uri.M.CLASSNAME=URI # # CLASSNAME is the WSIFProvider class name # N is the number of following default wsif.provider.uri.M.CLASSNAME properties # M is a number from 1 to N to uniquely identify each wsif.provider.uri.M.CLASSNAME # property key. # For example the following two properties would override the default SOAP provider # to be the Apache SOAP provider... # # wsif.provider.default.org.apache.wsif.providers.soap.ApacheSOAP.WSIFDynamicProvider_ApacheSOAP=1 # wsif.provider.uri.1.org.apache.wsif.providers.soap.ApacheSOAP.WSIFDynamicProvider_ApacheSOAP=\ # http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/soap/ # # maximum number of milliseconds to wait for a response to a synchronous request. # Default value if not defined is to wait forever. wsif.syncrequest.timeout=10000 # maximum number of seconds to wait for a response to an async request. # if not defined on invalid defaults to no timeout wsif.asyncrequest.timeout=60
See AlsoWSIF system management and administration
Enabling security for WSIF
Troubleshooting the Web Services Invocation Framework