IIOP Server Policies (iiopServerPolicies)

Configuration for IIOP server policies

NameTypeDefaultDescription

id

string

A unique configuration ID.

serverPolicy.csiv2

A unique configuration ID.

NameTypeDefaultDescription

id

string

A unique configuration ID.

serverPolicy.csiv2 > layers

Specify the CSIv2 layers like transport, authentication, and attribute.

serverPolicy.csiv2 > layers > attributeLayer

Determine the attribute layer options that are claimed by the server for incoming CSIv2 requests.

NameTypeDefaultDescription

identityAssertionEnabled

boolean

false

Indicate by true or false whether identity assertion is enabled. Default is false.

trustedIdentities

string

Specify a pipe (|)-separated list of server identities, which are trusted to perform identity assertion to this server. A value of “*” is also accepted to indicate implicit trust (trust anyone).

serverPolicy.csiv2 > layers > attributeLayer > identityAssertionTypes

Specify the supported identity token types for identity assertion.

serverPolicy.csiv2 > layers > authenticationLayer

Determine the authentication mechanisms and association options that are claimed by the server for incoming CSIv2 requests.

NameTypeDefaultDescription

establishTrustInClient

  • Never

  • Required

  • Supported

Required

Specify if this association option is Supported, Required, or Never used for this layer. It indicates authentication requirements at the authentication layer.
Never
The association option must not be used
Required
The association option is required
Supported
The association option is supported

serverPolicy.csiv2 > layers > authenticationLayer > mechanisms

Specifies authentication mechanisms as a comma separated list. For example: GSSUP, LTPA

serverPolicy.csiv2 > layers > transportLayer

Configure how to trust the client.

NameTypeDefaultDescription

sslEnabled

boolean

true

Indicate by true or false whether SSL is enabled for CSIv2 requests. Default is true and is the recommended value. If this attribute is set to false, sensitive information such as passwords and tokens are sent over unsecured channels when using IIOP.

sslRef

A reference to top level ssl element (string).

Specify the SSL configuration needed to establish a secure connection.