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Initializing a WSA instance's default Web service properties

Each WSA instance has a set of default Web service properties, which reside in the default.props file associated with the WSA instance. You can modify these, using OpenEdge Management/OpenEdge Explorer or the WSAMAN utility. The following table lists some of these default Web services properties.
Table 21. Setting the WSA instance's default Web service properties
Set this property . . .
To . . .
The default is . . .
appServiceProtocol
AppServer (if the AppServer configuration includes a NameServer and does not require SSL connections).
AppServerS (if the AppServer configuration includes a NameServer and requires SSL connections).
AppServerDC (if the AppServer configuration does not include a NameServer and does not require SSL connections).
AppServerDCS (if the AppServer configuration does not include a NameServer and requires SSL connections).
AppServer
appServiceHost
The name of the NameServer system or AppServer system, depending on the setting of appServiceProtocol.
localhost
appServicePort
The TCP/IP port number, which depends on whether the appServiceHost property specifies a NameServer or AppServer system.
5162
appServiceName
The name of the default AppServer service.
asbroker1
serviceLoggingLevel
A value between 1 and 4 to identify the logging level for Web services applications. The greater the value, the more logging occurs.
2
serviceAvailable
1 to allow client access to enabled Web service applications. Set to 0 to prevent client access.
0
For more information on modifying the default Web service properties of a WSA instance, including a full list of default properties, see the OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer online help, or see Using the WSA Management Utility (WSAMAN), and Command and Utility Reference.
* Security considerations for Web service administration