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Configuring a SALT Application

Configuring Oracle Tuxedo Web Services

Using Oracle Tuxedo Service Metadata Repository for SALT

Defining Service-Level Keywords for SALT

Defining Service Parameters for SALT

Configuring Native Oracle Tuxedo Services

Creating a Native WSDF

Defining the SOAP Header

Defining WSBinding Object

Defining Service Object

Configuring Message Conversion Handler

Using WS-Policy Files

Generating a WSDL File from a Native WSDF

Using Oracle Tuxedo Version-Based Routing (Inbound)

Configuring External Web Services

Web Console SALT Configuration

Manual SALT Configuration

Converting a WSDL File into Oracle Tuxedo Definitions

WSDL-to-Tuxedo Service Metadata Keyword Mapping

WSDL-to-WSDF Mapping

Post Conversion Tasks

Resolving Naming Conflict For the Generated SALT Proxy Service Definitions

Loading the Generated SALT Proxy Service Metadata Definitions

Setting Environment Variables for GWWS Runtime

Using Oracle Tuxedo Version-Based Routing (Outbound)

Configuring Multiple Bindings

SALT inbound services

SALT outbound services

Creating the SALT Deployment File

Importing the WSDF Files

Configuring the GWWS Servers

Configuring GWWS Server-Level Properties

Configuring Multiple Encoding Support

Configuring System-Level Resources

Configuring Certificates

Configuring Plug-in Libraries

Configuring Advanced Web Service Messaging Features

Web Service Addressing

Configuring the Addressing Endpoint for Outbound Services

Disabling WS-Addressing

Web Service Reliable Messaging

Creating the Reliable Messaging Policy File

Specifying the Reliable Messaging Policy File in the WSDF File

Configuring Security Features

Configuring Transport-Level Security

Setting Up SSL Link-Level Security

Configuring Inbound HTTP Basic Authentication

Configuring Outbound HTTP Basic Authentication

Configuring Message-Level Web Service Security

Main Use Cases of Web Service Security

Using WS-Security Policy Files

Configuring SAML Single Sign-On

Transport Protection

SAML Key File

Key File Format

File Information

GWWS Key

Assertion Issuer Information

Key File Generation

Procedure to Manage Key File

WS-Policy Files

Mapping SAML Elements with Oracle Tuxedo Security

Configuring X.509-Based Authentication

Certificate Sources

Properties

Compiling SALT Configuration

Configuring the UBBCONFIG File for SALT

Configuring the TMMETADATA Server in the *SERVERS Section

Configuring the GWWS Servers in the *SERVERS Section

Updating System Limitations in the UBBCONFIG File

Configuring Certificate Password Phrase For the GWWS Servers

Configuring Oracle Tuxedo Authentication for Web Service Clients

Configuring Oracle Tuxedo Security Level for Outbound HTTP Basic Authentication

Configuring SALT In Oracle Tuxedo MP Mode

Migrating from SALT 1.1

Running GWWS servers with SALT 1.1 Configuration File

Adopting SALT 2.0 Configuration Style by Converting SALT 1.1 Configuration File

Configuring Service Contract Discovery

tpforward Support

Service Contract Text File Output

Examples

Configuring SALT WS-TX Support

Configuring Transaction Log Device

Registration Protocol

Configuring WS-TX Transactions

Configuring Incoming Transactions

Error Conditions

Configuring Outbound Transactions

Error Conditions

Configuring Maximum Number of Transactions

Configuring Policy Assertions

Policy. xml File

Inbound Transactions

Outbound Transactions

WSDL Generation

WSDL Conversion

SALT Configuration Tool

Enabling the SALT Configuration Tool

GWWS Option

Custom HTTP Header Option

REpresentational State Transfer (REST) Option

Inbound

Service Configuration

Outbound

MIB Class Interface

Usage

Class Definitions

T_WSRELOAD Class

T_WSGW Class

Attribute Semantics

T_WSWEBSERVICE Class

Attribute Semantics

T_WSBINDING Class

T_WSOPERATION Class

Attribute Semantics

T_WSHTTPSERVICE Class

T_WSTRANSACTION Class

Security

Configuring Configuration Tool Security

See Also


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