Web Services: Client security bindings collection
Use this page to view a list of client-side binding configurations for Web services security. These bindings are used when a Web service is a client to another Web service.
To view this administrative console page, complete the following steps...
- Click Enterprise Applications > appname.
- Under Related Items, click Web Module > URI_file_name > Web Services: Client Security Bindings.
Port Specifies the port used to send and receive messages from a server.
Web Service Name of the Web service.
Request Sender Binding Specifies the binding configuration used to send request messages to the request receiver.
Click Edit to configure the signing information, encryption information, and the login bindings for the request sender and to view a listing of key locators in the key store.
Response Receiver Binding Specifies the binding configuration used to receive response messages from the response sender.
Click Edit to configure the signing and encryption information, and to view a list of trust anchors, intermediate certificates found in the collection certificate store, and the key locator objects for the response receiver.
HTTP Basic Authentication Specifies the user ID and password to use for this port with HTTP transport-level basic authentication. You can enable transport-level authentication security independently of message-level security.
Click Edit to configure the basic authentication ID and password for transport-level authentication.
HTTP SSL Configuration Enables and configures transport-level Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security for this port. You can enable transport-level SSL security independently of message-level security.
Click Edit to specify the settings for transport-level HTTP SSL configuration for this port.
See AlsoSecuring Web services based on WS-Security
Request sender binding collection
Response receiver binding collection
Signing information collection
Encryption information collection
Key locator collection
Login bindings configuration settings