Page tree
Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

HTTPS is the Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer. SOAPam Server supports SSL 2,0, 3.0 and TLS 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 standards for HTTPS. Using HTTPS causes all data communication between client and server to be encrypted. Note that using HTTPS requires the installation of a server certificate.

SSL 2.0 & 3.0 are no longer considered secure and are disabled by default.

You can access SOAPam resources through an HTTPS-enabled browser or library by using "https" as the 'scheme' in your URI. For example:

https://host:port/services/samples/echostring/echostring

accesses the echoString service though HTTPS.

Be sure to use the SOAPam secure TCP port number with the 'https' scheme. The actual port number (8081 in our example) is configured by your SOAPam Administrator. See your SOAPam Server Administrator for information.

The SOAPam Server Administrator can configure settings to require HTTPS in order to access a service. In that case, if you attempt to access the service using standard HTTP, a code '403 Forbidden' status is returned. See your SOAPam Server Administrator for more information.

 

  • No labels


SOAPam® Server 3.1.10