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Managing OpenEdge ABL applications deployed to a PAS for OpenEdge instance : Managing PAS for OpenEdge transport services : Managing SOAP transports : Configuring SOAP transport properties
Configuring SOAP transport properties
You can configure few properties of SOAP transport service of a local PAS for OpenEdge instance even when the OpenEdge manager web application, oemanager, is not installed and the instance is not running. You can access these properties using the SOAP transport configuration for ABL Application <ABL application name> WebApp <webapp name> page.
Note: To configure the properties of a transport service of a remote PAS for OpenEdge instance, ensure that the oemanager is installed and the instance is running.
To configure SOAP transport properties:
1. Click Resources > Go to Resources in the OpenEdge Management console menu.
All resources managed by your console appear in the grid frame.
2. Filter or search for, and select the required PAS for OpenEdge instance.
For example, type the default PAS for OpenEdge instance name, oepas1, in the Filter field or select Progress Application Server as the selection in the Type drop-down menu and select the PAS instance.
The Progress Application Server: <instance name> page appears.
3. Click an ABL application listed in the ABL Applications section.
The ABL Application: <ABL application name> page appears.
4. Click an ABL Web application listed in the ABL WebApps section.
The ABL WebApp: <webapp name> page appears.
5. Click Configuration under the SOAP Transport section.
The SOAP transport configuration for ABL Application <ABL application name> WebApp <webapp name> page appears.
6. Set the following properties
Table 18. SOAP transport properties
Admin Enabled
Indicates whether administrator privileges are in effect.
Adapter Enabled
Indicates whether WSA (Web Service Adapter) is enabled.
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.
Status Enabled
Indicates whether the SOAP Web service is enabled for client access.
Allow Runtime Updates
Indicates whether run time property changes are allowed for this application server.
Collect Metrics
Collects count and time related information of SOAP Web service over a period of time.
You can type the following values:
*0 — Do not collect metrics.
*1 — Collect count metrics only.
*2 — Collect time metrics only.
*3 — Collect both count and time metrics.
WSDL Enabled
Controls the WSA's ability to respond to inquiries about WSDL documents for any of the SOAP Web service applications it hosts.
Admin SOAP Action
A string placed in the SOAPAction HTTP header when the AdminServer forwards administration operations to the WSA.
WSA url
The URL for the WSA instance where the Web service is deployed, and forms the root for all URLs which access the Web services it manages.
7. Click:
*Save to save the changes.
*Cancel to reject the recent changes.
*Reset to apply the last-saved settings.