Configuring a Web Service's Policy
The Web Services Enhancements for Microsoft .NET (WSE) provides a mechanism to declaratively state requirements that a SOAP message must meet to be processed. For example, a Web service might require that a SOAP message be signed with an X.509 certificate.
In This Section
- Policy Overview
- Overview of the Policy support in WSE.
- How to: Create a Policy File
- Provides an overview of the steps you must do to create a policy file.
- How to: Declare a Policy
- Explains how to define policy assertions. A policy assertion is a set of requirements that a SOAP message must meet.
- How to: Map a Policy to a Web Service
- Explains how to apply a policy assertion to a particular endpoint.
- How to: Configure the Policy File
- Explains how to specify the policy file that WSE is to use for an application.
- Walkthrough: Creating a Policy Assertion
- Explains how to implement a class to handle a policy assertion that is not supported by the policy assertion handlers provided by WSE.
- Getting a Web Service's Policy
- Explains how a SOAP message sender can retrieve the policy for a recipient.
- Policy Limitations
- Describes the known limitations of the Policy implementation within the Web Servcies Enhancements for Microsoft .NET (WSE).