Applies to ReadyAPI 3.0, last modified on November 19, 2019

In ReadyAPI, you can use WS-Security to make your requests safer.

Accessing the WS-Security Editor

To open WS-Security settings, switch to any node in the APIs section of the Navigator and select WSS Config from the Auth & Security drop-down on the toolbar.

SOAP API testing: The WSS config button on the toolbar

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You can also select Project > WS-Security configurations from the main menu.

WS-Security Configuration Dialog

The WS-Security configuration dialog includes the following tabs:

SOAP API testing: The WS-Security configuration dialog

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  • Outgoing WS-Security Configurations – Configurations that should be applied to outgoing messages, including requests and VirtResponses. This configuration type is used for encrypting, signing and adding SAML, and for timestamp and username headers.

  • Incoming WS-Security Configurations – Configurations that should be applied to incoming messages, including responses, VirtRequests, or monitored requests and responses. This configuration type is used for decrypting and verifying the signature of incoming messages.

  • Keystores – Keystores used for encryption, decryption, and signing.

  • Truststores – Truststores used for signature verification.

See Also

WS-Security Tutorial
WS-ReliableMessaging
WS-Addressing

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