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Konfigurationsprofil anlegen

Sie können Konfigurationsprofile anlegen, in denen bestimmte Laufzeiteinstellungen zusammengefasst sind.

  1. Wechseln Sie auf die Registerkarte Technische Konfiguration.

  2. Wählen Sie Profilverwaltung.

    Sie gelangen auf eine Übersicht aller Konfigurationsprofile.

  3. Choose Create.

    An overview of profile properties is displayed.

  4. Specify a name for the new configuration profile.

  5. Edit the configuration settings that you require or choose Add to create a new setting to the settings overview.

    You can set values for the following properties:

    Reliable Messaging: Interval in Seconds

    The time in which an acknowledgement can be sent. After this time has elapsed, the consumer tries to resend a message that has not been acknowledged by the provider.

    Reliable Messaging: Inactivity Timeout

    The time (in seconds) to hold the sequence open. If no acknowledgement is received after this time has elapsed, the sequence is considered to be terminated, and a rollback is performed.

    0 seconds is infinite.

    Reliable Messaging: Confirmation Interval

    The confirmation interval (in seconds) is the time that the provider has to acknowledge receipt of a message to the consumer. (Messages are returned asynchronously.)

    The default timeout is 600 seconds.

    Reliable Messaging: Sequence Lifetime

    The time for which a sequence remains active.

    0 seconds is infinite.

    Transport Binding

    Access information to for SOAP messagest.

    Transport Binding: SOAP Action

    You can specify the SOAP action for all the operations.

    The value in this field is a URI that identifies the intent of the call. The SOAP action is set as a HTTP header when the Web service call is made through HTTP.

    Authentication: Authentication Method

    Here, you determine how consumer and provider will authenticate themselves to each other.

    Transport Security

    You can choose between HTTP or HTTPS, and whether to use Web Service Secure Conversation.

  6. Save.

    The configuration profile is created and assigned a version number. By default, a configuration profile is inactive.

  7. When you have completed the settings, activate the configuration profile.

Editing a Configuration Profile

When you edit a configuration profile, your changes are saved to a new version of that profile. You can create more than one version of a configuration profile. Each version can have different configuration settings.

When you create a new version of an existing profile, the new version is not active by default.

When you assign a configuration profile to a service definition, all versions of the configuration profile are assigned.

You can only delete one version of a profile at a time.