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Web Services Adapter (for OpenEdge SOAP Web Services) Advanced Features properties
The properties in this category, shown in the following table, support less commonly-used or special-purpose features, some of which might relate to the properties of other categories.
Table 78. Web Services Adapter (for OpenEdge SOAP Web Services) Advanced Features properties
WSA administration SOAP action
A string placed in the SOAPAction HTTP header when the AdminServer forwards administration operations to the WSA. The SOAPAction HTTP header is required for all HTTP messages that carry SOAP messages and is used by intervening security servers (such as firewalls) to determine if each HTTP message is allowed to pass through to its destination. The installed default is a Universal Resource Number URN identifying the WSA administration SOAP Web service, but you can also specify any string required by intervening security servers on the network.
Installed Default: urn:services-progress-com:wsa-admin:01
HTTP error page
The path and filename of a static Web page that you want returned to a SOAP Web service user if the request results in an HTTP error, such as a service unavailable or an authorization error. The path name is relative to your web application (WSA) servlet root directory.
Installed Default: httperror.html
Debug clients
A list of dot-formatted IP addresses for SOAP Web service client machines whose HTTP and SOAP messages you want dumped to the WSA log file. The WSA dumps each SOAP message up to the limit specified by the Log message threshold property setting in the Logging Setting category.
To add a client machine to the list, enter its dot-formatted IP address in the Client Host field, then choose the Add button to add it to the list. You can also enter multiple, comma-separated addresses in the field at one time to dump messages for multiple clients, or enter a single asterisk (*) to dump the messages for all clients.
To remove whole lines of addresses from the list, select one or more lines in the list and click Delete.
To edit a single line of addresses, select the line in the list, and after modifying the line click Add to add it to the list. The original line remains. Select the original line and click Delete to remove it from the list and leave the edited line in its place.
Note: The list automatically adds new lines in increasing order of collation (numerical, for valid IP addresses). If you add an invalid IP address to the list, the WSA never matches it with a message to dump in the log file, and thus effectively ignores it.
Installed Default: None