Relevant for: API testing only
UFT provides several built-in scenarios for configuring security in Web Service calls.
A security scenario represents a typical security implementation for a Web Service. It contains information such as authentication, encoding, proxy, certificates, and so forth.
You can select one of the following types of Web Service security scenarios:
|Default Web Service Scenario||
A default Web Service scenario can be used for most Web services. It enables you to configure both transport and message-level security. UFT support for message-level security lets you manually configure the security elements such as tokens, message signatures, and encryption. For details, see Web Service scenario.
You use the default Web Service scenario for:
WCF scenarios enables you to configure security for HTTP or custom bindings and work with advanced specifications, such as WS-SecureConversation.
You use a WCF scenario for:
Such services can be written in various platforms such as WCF (Windows Communication Foundation), Metro (WSIT), and Axis2. UFT also supports proprietary standards and transports.