Securing the Service Locator SOAP Service - 7.1

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The Service Locator SOAP Service provides additional security configuration.

Warning: The Service Locator REST service can not currently be secured.
Note: The configuration files described here are created in the container when you install the Service Locator SOAP Service component.

The predefined security configurations support two scenarios: using a UserName token or a SAML token. For switching between these scenarios and configuring additional security parameters use the etc/org.talend.esb.locator.service.cfg configuration file:

You can specify the following properties in that file:

Property name



NO (default) - No security scenario

SAML - SAML token scenario

TOKEN - UserName token scenario


Location of the UserName token scenario policy file.


Location of the SAML token scenario policy file.

Link to the properties file which contains signature parameters. Used for SAML token verification. Default value is file:${tesb.home}/etc/keystores/


SAML token signature username. Used for SAML token verification.


SAML token signature password. Used for SAML token verification.

The UserName token policy is located and can be configured here: etc/org.talend.esb.locator.token.policy.

The SAML token policy is located and can be configured here: etc/org.talend.esb.locator.saml.policy.