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auth-scheme

Default Value: none
Valid Values: none, basic
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Specifies the HTTP authentication scheme used to secure REST requests to the Web Engagement Server.

certificate

Default Value:
Valid Values: A path, which can use both forward and backward slash characters.
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Specifies the location of an X.509 certificate to be used by application.

certificate-key

Default Value:
Valid Values: A path, which can use both forward and backward slash characters.
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Specifies the location of a PKCS#8 private key to be used by the application in conjunction with the certificate.

key-entry-password

Default Value: none
Valid Values: String
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Password for the specific key inside of key storage.

keystore-password

Default Value: none
Valid Values: String
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Password for the JKS key storage.

password

Default Value:
Valid Values: Any string
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


The password used in the authentication process for REST requests to the Web Engagement Server.

provider

Default Value: DEFAULT
Valid Values: DEFAULT, JKS, MSCAPI, PKCS11, PEM
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Type of trusted storage. The default provider uses a trust store shipped with the current JDK distribution. It is located at $JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/security/cacerts

trusted-ca

Default Value:
Valid Values: A path, which can use both forward and backward slash characters.
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Specifies the location of an X.509 certificate to be used by the application to validate remote party certificates.

truststore-password

Default Value: none
Valid Values: String
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


Password for the JKS trusted storage.

user-id

Default Value:
Valid Values: Any string
Changes Take Effect: After server restart


The User ID used in the authentication process for REST requests to the Web Engagement Server.

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