Setting HTTP Security
You can configure any Web service component with respect to various scenarios related to HTTP security, for example:
•The Web service is called through HTTPS and requires a client certificate
•The server uses an incorrect certificate and you would like to allow a host name mismatch between certificate and request
•The Web service requires basic HTTP authentication or OAuth 2.0 authorization.
To set HTTP security:
1.Open the Web Service Call Settings dialog box (see Web Service Call Settings).
2.Click the Edit button next to HTTP Security Settings.
HTTP Security Settings dialog box
The "HTTPS (TLS)" group of options applies for Web services called through HTTPS.
Check Server Certificate
This check box is selected by default, meaning the MapForce is configured to check the certificate of the server before proceeding with the request. When this option is enabled, the Web service request (and the mapping) will fail if the server is not trusted, or if your operating system is not configured to trust the Web server.
It is not recommended to switch this option off unless you have a good reason to do so. See also Digital Certificate Management.
Allow host name mismatch between certificate and request
Sometimes a server certificate issued for a particular host name (for example, www.example.com) is installed on a different host name (for example, example.com).
Select this check box to proceed with authentication even if the host name of the certificate does not match the host name called by the Web service.
Click Select to choose a client certificate from the Current User\Personal certificate store. This assumes the client certificate already exists in the Current User\Personal certificate store; otherwise, you can import it using the Certificates snap-in (see Accessing the Certificate Stores on Windows).
If the mapping will be deployed for execution to another operating system, the same certificate must be installed on the target operating system as well. For further information, see Digital Certificate Management.
The "HTTP Authentication" group of options applies if the Web service requires HTTP authentication. For more information about these options, see Running Mappings with Authentication.
Select this option if the Web service does not require any kind of authentication.
Select this option to configure HTTP or OAuth 2.0 credentials. For more information, see Credentials.
Select this option if you would like to store the username and password in encrypted form in the mapping file. This option is supported only for backward compatibility, see Stored Username and Password.
Select this check box if you would like to supply the username and password from the mapping instead of entering them into this dialog box. For more information, see Dynamic Authentication.
Select this check box if the Web service is configured to expect authentication data in the first call.
Otherwise, MapForce attempts access without username and password and will use them if the server requires authorization (HTTP status 401).