CSIv2 and Security Authentication Service client configuration
A secure Java client requires configuration properties to determine how to perform security with a server. These configuration properties are typically put into a properties file somewhere on the client system and referenced by specifying the following system property on the command line of the Java client. The syntax of this property accepts any valid Web address.
When this file is processed by the Object Request Broker (ORB), security can be enabled between the Java client and the target server.
If any syntax problems exist with the ConfigURL property and the sas.client.props file is not found, the Java client proceeds to connect insecurely. Errors display indicating the failure to read the ConfigURL property. Typically the problem is related to having two slashes after file, which is not valid.
Use the following properties to configure the SAS and CSIv2 authentication protocols:
- CSIv2 authentication protocol client settings
- Security Authentication Service authentication protocol client settings
Common authentication protocol settings for a client configuration
CSIv2 authentication protocol client settings
Security Authentication Service authentication protocol client settings