org.apache.ws.security.handler
Class WSHandlerConstants

java.lang.Object
  extended byorg.apache.ws.security.handler.WSHandlerConstants

public class WSHandlerConstants
extends java.lang.Object

This class defines the names, actions, and other string for the deployment data of the WSS handler. Both the Axis handler as well as the JAX-RPC handler use this class.

Author:
Werner Dittmann (werner@apache.org)

Field Summary
static java.lang.String ACTION
          The action parameter.
static java.lang.String ACTOR
          The actor name of the wsse:Security header.
static java.lang.String ADD_UT_ELEMENTS
          Parameter to generate additional elements in UsernameToken.
static java.lang.String DEC_PROP_FILE
          The name of the crypto propterty file to use for SOAP Decryption.
static java.lang.String DEC_PROP_REF_ID
          The key that hold the refernce of the java.util.Properties object holding complete info about decryption Crypto implementation.
static java.lang.String ENABLE_SIGNATURE_CONFIRMATION
          Whether to enable signatureConfirmation or not By default signatureConfirmation is enabled
static java.lang.String ENC_CALLBACK_CLASS
          This parameter works in the same way as PW_CALLBACK_CLASS but the Axis WSS4J handler uses it to get the key associated with a key name.
static java.lang.String ENC_CALLBACK_REF
          This parameter works in the same way as PW_CALLBACK_REF but the Axis WSS4J handler uses it to get the key associated with a key name.
static java.lang.String ENC_KEY_ID
          Defines which key identifier type to use.
static java.lang.String ENC_KEY_NAME
          Text of the key name that needs to be sent
static java.lang.String ENC_KEY_TRANSPORT
          Defines which algorithm to use to encrypt the generated symmetric key.
static java.lang.String ENC_PROP_FILE
          The name of the crypto propterty file to use for SOAP Encryption.
static java.lang.String ENC_PROP_REF_ID
          The key that hold the refernce of the java.util.Properties object holding complete info about encryption Crypto implementation.
static java.lang.String ENC_SYM_ALGO
          Defines which symmetric encryption algorithm to use.
static java.lang.String ENCRYPT
          Perform Encryption.
static java.lang.String ENCRYPTION_PARTS
          Parameter to define which parts of the request shall be encrypted.
static java.lang.String ENCRYPTION_USER
          The user's name for encryption.
static java.lang.String HANDLE_CUSTOM_PASSWORD_TYPES
          This variable controls whether types other than PasswordDigest or PasswordText are allowed when processing UsernameTokens.
static java.util.Map keyIdentifier
          Define the parameter values to set the key identifier types.
static java.lang.String MUST_UNDERSTAND
          Sets the mustUnderstand flag.
static java.lang.String NO_SECURITY
          Perform nothing.
static java.lang.String NO_SERIALIZATION
          Supress the serialization of the SOAP message.
static java.lang.String PASSWORD_TYPE
          Specific parameter for UsernameToken action to define the encoding of the password.
static java.lang.String PW_CALLBACK_CLASS
          The Axis WSS4J handlers provide several ways to get the password required to construct a username token or to sign a message.
static java.lang.String PW_CALLBACK_REF
          An application may set an object reference to an object that implements the CallbackHandler interface.
static java.lang.String RECEIVE
           
static java.lang.String RECV_RESULTS
          The WSDoAllReceiver handler stores a result Vector in this property.
static java.lang.String ROLE
          The role name of the wsse:Security header.
static java.lang.String SAML_PROP_FILE
          The name of the SAML Issuer factory property file.
static java.lang.String SAML_TOKEN_SIGNED
           
static java.lang.String SAML_TOKEN_UNSIGNED
          Perform a SAML Token identification.
static java.lang.String SEND
           
static java.lang.String SEND_SIGV
           
static java.lang.String SIG_ALGO
          Defines which signature algorithm to use.
static java.lang.String SIG_CONF_DONE
           
static java.lang.String SIG_KEY_ID
          Defines which key identifier type to use.
static java.lang.String SIG_PROP_FILE
          The name of the crypto propterty file to use for SOAP Signature.
static java.lang.String SIG_PROP_REF_ID
          The key that hold the refernce of the java.util.Properties object holding complete info about signature Crypto implementation.
static java.lang.String SIGN_WITH_UT_KEY
          Use this to use a specific signature mechanism for .Net.
static java.lang.String SIGNATURE
          Perform Signature.
static java.lang.String SIGNATURE_PARTS
          Parameter to define which parts of the request shall be signed.
static java.lang.String SND_SECURITY
          This is an interal property name to support handler chaining.
static java.lang.String TIMESTAMP
          Add a timestamp to the security header.
static java.lang.String TIMESTAMP_PRECISION
          Should timestamps have precision in milliseconds
static java.lang.String TIMESTAMP_STRICT
          Set the value of this parameter to true to enable strict timestamp handling.
static java.lang.String TTL_TIMESTAMP
          Time-To-Live is the time difference between creation and expiry time in the WSS Timestamp.
static java.lang.String USE_REQ_SIG_CERT
          Specifying this name as ENCRYPTION_USER triggers a special action to get the public key to use for encryption.
static java.lang.String USER
          The user's name.
static java.lang.String USERNAME_TOKEN
          Perform a UsernameToken identification only.
 
Constructor Summary
WSHandlerConstants()
           
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

ACTION

public static final java.lang.String ACTION
The action parameter. The handlers use the value of this parameter to determine how to process the SOAP Envelope. For example in a Axis WSDD file:
 <handler type="java:org.apache.ws.axis.security.WSDoAllSender">
 <parameter name="action" value="UsernameToken"/>
 ...
 
orders the handler to attach a UsernameToken to the SOAP enevelope. It is a blank separated list of actions to perform.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ACTION, WSHandlerConstants.USERNAME_TOKEN);
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting)

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SEND

public static final java.lang.String SEND
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RECEIVE

public static final java.lang.String RECEIVE
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NO_SECURITY

public static final java.lang.String NO_SECURITY
Perform nothing.

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USERNAME_TOKEN

public static final java.lang.String USERNAME_TOKEN
Perform a UsernameToken identification only.

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SAML_TOKEN_UNSIGNED

public static final java.lang.String SAML_TOKEN_UNSIGNED
Perform a SAML Token identification.

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SAML_TOKEN_SIGNED

public static final java.lang.String SAML_TOKEN_SIGNED
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SIGNATURE

public static final java.lang.String SIGNATURE
Perform Signature. The signature specific parameters define how to sign, which keys to use, and so on

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ENCRYPT

public static final java.lang.String ENCRYPT
Perform Encryption. The encryption specific parameters define how to encrypt, which keys to use, and so on.

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TIMESTAMP

public static final java.lang.String TIMESTAMP
Add a timestamp to the security header.

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NO_SERIALIZATION

public static final java.lang.String NO_SERIALIZATION
Supress the serialization of the SOAP message.

Usually the handler serializes the processed SOAP message into a string and sets it into the Axis message context as new current message. To supress this action, define this action. In this case the handler stores the processed SOAP message as Document in the Axis message context with the property name SND_SECURITY.

A chained handler can retrieve the SOAP message and process it. The last handler in the chain must set the processed SOAP message as current message in Axis message context.

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SIGN_WITH_UT_KEY

public static final java.lang.String SIGN_WITH_UT_KEY
Use this to use a specific signature mechanism for .Net. This signature mechanism uses data from the username token and a well defined constant string and constructs a signature key.

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SND_SECURITY

public static final java.lang.String SND_SECURITY
This is an interal property name to support handler chaining. The Axis WSS4J handlers use this message context property to hand over the SOAP partially processed envelope document to the next WSS4J handler in the chain.

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ACTOR

public static final java.lang.String ACTOR
The actor name of the wsse:Security header.

If this parameter is omitted, the actor name is not set. Please refer to Constants.ATTR_ACTOR and Constants.ATTR_ROLE about the parameter names. They are set to "actor" and "role" respectively.

The value of the actor or role has to match the receiver's setting or may contain standard values.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ACTOR, "ActorName");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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Constants.URI_SOAP11_NEXT_ACTOR, Constants.URI_SOAP12_NEXT_ROLE, Constant Field Values

ROLE

public static final java.lang.String ROLE
The role name of the wsse:Security header. This is used for SOAP 1.2. Refer also to ACTOR.

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MUST_UNDERSTAND

public static final java.lang.String MUST_UNDERSTAND
Sets the mustUnderstand flag.

If the parameter has the value 1 or true the mustUnderstand is set. The values 0 or false supress the flag.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.MUST_UNDERSTAND, "false");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

The default setting is true

Please refer to Constants.ATTR_MUST_UNDERSTAND about the parameter name ("mustUnderstand").

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USER

public static final java.lang.String USER
The user's name. It is used differently by the WS Security functions. It is also possible to set the user's name and the according password via the call function, for example:
 ...
 call.setUsername("name");
 call.setPassword("WSS4Java");
 ...
 
The user parameter in the deployment descritor (WSDD) file overwrites the application's setting.

For an additional way to set the password refer to PW_CALLBACK_CLASS and PW_CALLBACK_REF.

If the security functions uses the username from the message context, it clears the username from the message context after they copied it. This prevents sending of the username in the HTTP header.

In this case the HTTP authentication mechansisms do not work anymore. User authentication shall be done via the username token or the certificate verification of the signature certificate.

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PW_CALLBACK_CLASS

public static final java.lang.String PW_CALLBACK_CLASS
The Axis WSS4J handlers provide several ways to get the password required to construct a username token or to sign a message. In addition the callback class may check if a username/password combination is valid. Refer to the documentation of WSPasswordCallback for more information about this feature. The callback class or callback object shall implement specific password getter methods, for example reading a database or directory.

The handler first checks if it can get a the password via a callback class. If that fails it checks if it can get the password from the object reference, if that also fails the handler tries the password property.

The following parameter defines a class that implements a callback handler interface. The handler loads the class and calls the callback handler method to get the password. The callback class needs to implement the CallbackHandler interface.

The callback function CallbackHandler.handle(javax.security.auth.callback.Callback[]) gets an array of WSPasswordCallback objects. Only the first entry of the array is used. This object contains the username/keyname as identifier. The callback handler must set the password or key associated with this identifier before it returns.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.PW_CALLBACK_CLASS, "PWCallbackClass");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

Refer also to comment in USER about HTTP authentication functions.

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PW_CALLBACK_REF

public static final java.lang.String PW_CALLBACK_REF
An application may set an object reference to an object that implements the CallbackHandler interface. Only the application can set this property using:
 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.PW_CALLBACK_REF, anPWCallbackObject);
 
Refer to PW_CALLBACK_CLASS for further information about password callback handling and the priority of the different methods.

Note: every handler that preceeds this handler in the chain can set this property too. This may be useful on the server side.

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ENCRYPTION_USER

public static final java.lang.String ENCRYPTION_USER
The user's name for encryption.

The encryption functions uses the public key of this user's certificate to encrypt the generated symmetric key.

If this parameter is not set, then the encryption function falls back to the USER parameter to get the certificate.

If only encryption of the SOAP body data is requested, it is recommended to use this parameter to define the username. The application can then use the standard user and password functions (see example at USER to enable HTTP authentication functions.

Encryption only does not authenticate a user / sender, therefore it does not need a password.

Placing the username of the encryption certficate in the WSDD is not a security risk, because the public key of that certificate is used only.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ENCYRPTION_USER, "encryptionuser");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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USE_REQ_SIG_CERT

public static final java.lang.String USE_REQ_SIG_CERT
Specifying this name as ENCRYPTION_USER triggers a special action to get the public key to use for encryption.

The handler uses the public key of the sender's certificate. Using this way to define an encryption key simplifies certificate management to a large extend.

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ENC_CALLBACK_CLASS

public static final java.lang.String ENC_CALLBACK_CLASS
This parameter works in the same way as PW_CALLBACK_CLASS but the Axis WSS4J handler uses it to get the key associated with a key name.

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ENC_CALLBACK_REF

public static final java.lang.String ENC_CALLBACK_REF
This parameter works in the same way as PW_CALLBACK_REF but the Axis WSS4J handler uses it to get the key associated with a key name.

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ENC_KEY_NAME

public static final java.lang.String ENC_KEY_NAME
Text of the key name that needs to be sent

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SIG_PROP_FILE

public static final java.lang.String SIG_PROP_FILE
The name of the crypto propterty file to use for SOAP Signature.

The classloader loads this file. Therefore it must be accessible via the classpath.

To locate the implementation of the Crypto interface implementation the property file must contain the property org.apache.ws.security.crypto.provider. The value of this property is the classname of the implementation class.

The following line defines the standard implementation:

 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.provider=org.apache.ws.security.components.crypto.Merlin
 
The other contents of the property file depend on the implementation of the Crypto interface implementation.

The property file of the standard implementation Merlin uses the following properties:

 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.provider
 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.merlin.file
 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.merlin.keystore.type
 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.merlin.keystore.provider
 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.merlin.keystore.password
 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.merlin.keystore.alias
 org.apache.ws.security.crypto.merlin.cert.provider
 
The entries are: The application may set this parameter using the following method:
 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.SIG_PROP_FILE, "myCrypto.properties");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

If a property file is not set and a signature is requested, the handler throws an AxisFault.

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SIG_PROP_REF_ID

public static final java.lang.String SIG_PROP_REF_ID
The key that hold the refernce of the java.util.Properties object holding complete info about signature Crypto implementation. This should contain all information that would contain in an equivalent .properties file which includes the Crypto implementation class name. Refer to documentation of SIG_PROP_FILE.

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RECV_RESULTS

public static final java.lang.String RECV_RESULTS
The WSDoAllReceiver handler stores a result Vector in this property.

The vector contains WSDoAllReceiverResult objects for each chained WSDoAllReceiver handler.

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DEC_PROP_FILE

public static final java.lang.String DEC_PROP_FILE
The name of the crypto propterty file to use for SOAP Decryption.

Refer to documentation of SIG_PROP_FILE.

Refer to SIG_PROP_FILE for a detail description about the format and how to use this property file.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.DEC_PROP_FILE, "myCrypto.properties");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

If this parameter is not used, but the signature crypto property file is defined (combined Encryption/Signature action), then the encryption function uses that file. Otherwise the handler throws an AxisFault.

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DEC_PROP_REF_ID

public static final java.lang.String DEC_PROP_REF_ID
The key that hold the refernce of the java.util.Properties object holding complete info about decryption Crypto implementation. This should contain all information that would contain in an equivalent .properties file which includes the Crypto implementation class name. Refer to documentation of DEC_PROP_FILE.

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PASSWORD_TYPE

public static final java.lang.String PASSWORD_TYPE
Specific parameter for UsernameToken action to define the encoding of the password.

The parameter can be set to either WSConstants.PW_DIGEST or to WSConstants.PW_TEXT.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.PASSWORD_TYPE, WSConstants.PW_DIGEST);
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

The default setting is PW_DIGEST.

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HANDLE_CUSTOM_PASSWORD_TYPES

public static final java.lang.String HANDLE_CUSTOM_PASSWORD_TYPES
This variable controls whether types other than PasswordDigest or PasswordText are allowed when processing UsernameTokens. By default this is set to false so that the user doesn't have to explicitly reject custom token types in the callback handler.

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ADD_UT_ELEMENTS

public static final java.lang.String ADD_UT_ELEMENTS
Parameter to generate additional elements in UsernameToken.

The value of this parameter is a list of element names that are added to the UsernameToken. The names of the list a separated by spaces.

The list may containe the names nonce and created only. Use this option if the password type is passwordText and the handler shall add the Nonce and/or Created elements.

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SIG_KEY_ID

public static final java.lang.String SIG_KEY_ID
Defines which key identifier type to use. The WS-Security specifications recommends to use the identifier type IssuerSerial. For possible signature key identifier types refer to keyIdentifier. For signature IssuerSerial and DirectReference are valid only.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.SIG_KEY_ID, "DirectReference");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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SIG_ALGO

public static final java.lang.String SIG_ALGO
Defines which signature algorithm to use. Currently this parameter is ignored - SHA1RSA is the only supported algorithm, will be enhanced soon.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.SIG_ALGO, "SHA1RSA");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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SIGNATURE_PARTS

public static final java.lang.String SIGNATURE_PARTS
Parameter to define which parts of the request shall be signed.

Refer to ENCRYPTION_PARTS for a detailed description of the format of the value string.

If this parameter is not specified the handler signs the SOAP Body by default.

The WS Security specifications define several formats to transfer the signature tokens (certificates) or references to these tokens. Thus, the plain element name Token signs the token and takes care of the different format.

To sign the SOAP body and the signature token the value of this parameter must contain:

 <parameter name="signatureParts"
   value="{}{http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/}Body; Token" />
 
To specify an element without a namespace use the string Null as the namespace name (this is a case sensitive string)

If there is no other element in the request with a local name of Body then the SOAP namespace identifier can be empty ({}).

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ENC_PROP_FILE

public static final java.lang.String ENC_PROP_FILE
The name of the crypto propterty file to use for SOAP Encryption.

Refer to documentation of SIG_PROP_FILE.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ENC_PROP_FILE, "myCrypto.properties");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

If this parameter is not used, but the signature crypto property file is defined (combined Encryption/Signature action), then the encryption function uses signature property file. Otherwise the handler throws an AxisFault.

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ENC_PROP_REF_ID

public static final java.lang.String ENC_PROP_REF_ID
The key that hold the refernce of the java.util.Properties object holding complete info about encryption Crypto implementation. This should contain all information that would contain in an equivalent .properties file which includes the Crypto implementation class name. Refer to documentation of DEC_PROP_FILE.

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ENC_KEY_ID

public static final java.lang.String ENC_KEY_ID
Defines which key identifier type to use. The WS-Security specifications recommends to use the identifier type IssuerSerial. For possible encryption key identifier types refer to keyIdentifier. For encryption IssuerSerial, X509KeyIdentifier, DirectReference, Thumbprint, SKIKeyIdentifier, and EmbeddedKeyName are valid only.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ENC_KEY_ID, "X509KeyIdentifier");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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ENC_SYM_ALGO

public static final java.lang.String ENC_SYM_ALGO
Defines which symmetric encryption algorithm to use. WSS4J supports the following alorithms: WSConstants.TRIPLE_DES, WSConstants.AES_128, WSConstants.AES_256, and WSConstants.AES_192. Except for AES 192 all of these algorithms are required by the XML Encryption specification.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ENC_SYM_ALGO, WSConstants.AES_256);
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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ENC_KEY_TRANSPORT

public static final java.lang.String ENC_KEY_TRANSPORT
Defines which algorithm to use to encrypt the generated symmetric key. Currently WSS4J supports WSConstants.KEYTRANSPORT_RSA15 only.

The application may set this parameter using the following method:

 call.setProperty(WSHandlerConstants.ENC_KEY_TRANSPORT, "RSA15");
 
However, the parameter in the WSDD deployment file overwrites the property setting (deployment setting overwrites application setting).

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ENCRYPTION_PARTS

public static final java.lang.String ENCRYPTION_PARTS
Parameter to define which parts of the request shall be encrypted.

The value of this parameter is a list of semi-colon separated element names that identify the elements to encrypt. An encryption mode specifier and a namespace identification, each inside a pair of curly brackets, may preceed each element name.

The encryption mode specifier is either {Content} or {Element}. Please refer to the W3C XML Encryption specification about the differences between Element and Content encryption. The encryption mode defaults to Content if it is omitted. Example of a list:

 <parameter name="encryptionParts"
   value="{Content}{http://example.org/paymentv2}CreditCard;
             {Element}{}UserName" />
 
The the first entry of the list identifies the element CreditCard in the namespace http://example.org/paymentv2, and will encrypt its content. Be aware that the element name, the namespace identifier, and the encryption modifier are case sensitive.

The encryption modifier and the namespace identifier can be ommited. In this case the encryption mode defaults to Content and the namespace is set to the SOAP namespace.

An empty encryption mode defaults to Content, an empty namespace identifier defaults to the SOAP namespace. The second line of the example defines Element as encryption mode for an UserName element in the SOAP namespace.

To specify an element without a namespace use the string Null as the namespace name (this is a case sensitive string)

If no list is specified, the handler encrypts the SOAP Body in Content mode by default.

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SAML_PROP_FILE

public static final java.lang.String SAML_PROP_FILE
The name of the SAML Issuer factory property file. The classloader loads this file. Therefore it must be accessible via the classpath.

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TTL_TIMESTAMP

public static final java.lang.String TTL_TIMESTAMP
Time-To-Live is the time difference between creation and expiry time in the WSS Timestamp. The time-to-live in seconds. After this time the SOAP request is invalid (at least the security data shall be treated this way).

If this parameter is not defined, contains a value less or equal zero, or an illegal format the handlers use a default TTL of 300 seconds (5 minutes).

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ENABLE_SIGNATURE_CONFIRMATION

public static final java.lang.String ENABLE_SIGNATURE_CONFIRMATION
Whether to enable signatureConfirmation or not By default signatureConfirmation is enabled

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TIMESTAMP_PRECISION

public static final java.lang.String TIMESTAMP_PRECISION
Should timestamps have precision in milliseconds

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TIMESTAMP_STRICT

public static final java.lang.String TIMESTAMP_STRICT
Set the value of this parameter to true to enable strict timestamp handling. Strict Timestamp handling: throw an exception if a Timestamp contains an Expires element and the semantics of the request are expired, i.e. the current time at the receiver is past the expires time.

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keyIdentifier

public static java.util.Map keyIdentifier
Define the parameter values to set the key identifier types. These are: SIG_KEY_ID ENC_KEY_ID.


SEND_SIGV

public static final java.lang.String SEND_SIGV
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SIG_CONF_DONE

public static final java.lang.String SIG_CONF_DONE
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Constructor Detail

WSHandlerConstants

public WSHandlerConstants()


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