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Creating a WS-Security profile from a SOAP connector

Updated on April 6, 2022

Create a WS-security profile data instance that uses a digital signature and encryption. Use the WS-Security profile data instance to securely exchange messages between your application and a web service.

By configuring a SOAP message in your WS-Security profile, you can authenticate a web server by validating message senders and the integrity of messages in your application.
  1. In the navigation pane of Dev Studio, click Records.
  2. Expand the Integration-Connectors category, and then click Connect SOAP.
  3. On the Instances of Connect SOAP page, click the name of a rule to open it.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. In the Web services (ws-*) configuration section, click Enable ws-security.
  6. In the Security profile field, enter a name for the WS-Security profile.
  7. Click the rule opener.
  8. On the Create-WS Security Profile page, enter a short description and a name for the WS security profile.
  9. Click Create and open.
What to do next: Configure the keystore. For more information, see Configuring the keystore for a WS-Security profile.
  • Previous topic Configuring digital signature and encryption for SOAP connectors
  • Next topic Configuring the keystore for a WS-Security profile

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