Applying Security to a Proxy Service¶
The steps below demonstrate how you can apply security to a proxy service via WSO2 Integration Studio.
Be sure to configure a user store for the Micro Integrator and add the required users and roles.
Step 1: Creating the security policy file¶
Follow the instructions given below to create a WS-Policy resource in your registry project. This will be your security policy file.
- Once you have created a registry resource project, right-click the project in the left navigation panel, click New , and then click Registry Resource. This will open the New Registry Resource window.
- Select the From existing template option as shown below and
click Next .
- Enter a resource name and select the WS-Policy template along
with the preferred registry path.
Click Finish . The policy file is now listed in the project explorer as shown below
Double-click the policy file to open the file. Note that you get a Design View and Source View of the policy.
Let's use the Design View to enable the required security scenario. For example, enable the Sign and Encrypt security scenario as shown below.
Click the icon next to the scenario to get details of the scenario.
You can provide also provide encryption properties, signature properties, and advanced rampart configurations as shown below.
Change the tokenStoreClass in the policy file to 'org.wso2.micro.integrator.security.extensions.SecurityTokenStore'
Also replace ServerCrypto class with 'org.wso2.micro.integrator.security.util.ServerCrypto' if present.
Step 2: Add the security policy to the proxy service¶
Follow the steps given below.
- You can either create a new proxy service, or import an existing proxy service to your workspace.
- Double-click the proxy service on the project explorer to open the file and click on the service on design view.
In the Properties tab shown below and tick on Security Enabled property.
Select the Browse icon for the Service Policies field. In the dialog box that opens, create a new record and click the Browse icon to open the Resource Key dialog as shown below.
Click workspace, to add the security policy from the current workspace. You can select the path to the
sample_policy.xmlfile that you created in the previous steps.
Save the proxy service file.
Step 3: Package the artifacts¶
See the instructions on packaging the artifacts into a composite application project.
Step 4: Build and run the artifacts¶
See the instructions deploying the artifacts.
Step 5: Testing the service¶
Create a Soap UI project with the relevant security settings and then send the request to the hosted service.
General guidelines on testing with SOAP UI¶
Create a “SOAP Project” in SOAP UI using the WSDL URL of the proxy service (e.g.: http://localhost:8280/services/SampleProxy?wsdl)
Double click on the created SOAP project, click on “WS-Security-Configuration” -> “Keystores”, and add the WSO2 keystore.
We need to enter keystore password for the keystore configuration.
Click on “Outgoing WS-Security Configuration”, and add a new policy by specifying a name. (Name can be anything).
Add required WSS entries for the created configuration (What you need add will vary according to the policy you are using). Explanation about adding three main sections is given below.
- Adding Signature
- Adding Timestamp
- Adding Encryption
Note: Please note that the order of the WS entries matters. So always add the above one after the other (If you are adding only two sections, you need to maintain the order).
Once we are done with WS security configurations, we have to specify the created WS-policy under “Outgoing WSS” at the request “Authorization”.
Now you can invoke the Proxy Service.
When defining Outgoing WS-Security Configuration, you need to pick on the WS entries based on your WS policy.
- Non Repudiation policy needs only Timestamp and Signature. Confidentiality needs all three : Timestamp, Signature and Encryption.
For UsernameToken policy, you do not need to provide a Outgoing WS-Security Configuration. Providing the basic auth configuration is enough.