Can anyone please outline very high-level steps (WebGUI) how the following simple scenario can be achieved:
0. Datapower is on the service consumer side.
1. Web Service consumer (client stub) generates a SOAP request and sends it to Datapower.
2. Datapower should add security headers to the message - for ex. a encrypted & signed UNT into WS-Security SOAP header of the outgoing request.
3. Datapower should then forward the request to the service provider.
So far I have only come across scenarios where DP is acting as the provider-side handler. So the above scenario got me curious as to how it can be achieved.
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2 replies Latest Post - 2012-12-07T17:41:09Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: [SOAP WS] outbound request decoration2012-12-07T10:46:49Z in response to SystemAdminIf 1) is based on a WSDL,
then for 0+1+3 create a Web Service Proxy (WSP) by importing that WSDL, with backend being the service provider.
2) can be done by inserting and configuring a AAA action into request rule of that WSP.