I'm a novice developer in DP, and i got a trouble with WS-Proxy, i got a group of errors with WS-Proxy and i can't continue with the tailoring of this module. I attach the screenshots for the analysis.
Thanks in advise and regards from Colombia.
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8 replies Latest Post - 2012-11-20T18:26:45Z by Daviiid
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Updated on 2012-11-20T18:26:45Z at 2012-11-20T18:26:45Z by Daviiid
Re: Datapower: Error With WS-Proxy2012-11-20T15:15:23Z in response to DaviiidHello!
Thanks for your answer, i see in my DP Control panel two options:
- SSL Proxy Profile
- SSL Proxy Service
My question is: do i have to configure both (profile and service)? and what about HTTPS (ssl) front side handler? it's mandatory too?
Thanks again and regards from Colombia.
Re: Datapower: Error With WS-Proxy2012-11-20T15:21:46Z in response to SystemAdminHello
You have to configure a SSL Proxy Profile to set your ssl key
and what about HTTPS (ssl) front side handler? It's when a client want to access datapower with ssl.
Your case is the opposite. Yo want datapower acces a web server in https.
Re: Datapower: Error With WS-Proxy2012-11-20T15:34:58Z in response to DaviiidHello!!
Thanks for your help; one more question, what about SSL proxy models (forward, reverse, two-way) i'm reading some documentation about that, and i read about them.
Forward: SSL proxy acts as an SSL client.
Reverse: SSL proxy acts as an SSL server.
Two-way: SSL proxy acts as both (client and server)
For my tailoring, i suppose to use "forward" SSL proxy because i want to establish connection with a https web server; is that right?
Thanks for your help.
Re: Datapower: Error With WS-Proxy2012-11-20T15:46:51Z in response to SystemAdminUse Forward : client --> datapower (you specified a SSL Proxy in a Front Side Handler HTTPS)
Use reverse : datapower --> client (you specified a SSL Proxy in a WSP in tab "Proxy Settings", in SSL Proxy)
Is that clear? :)