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Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002 - Set security information properties

Set security information properties

  1. On the Security Information page of the Messaging Port Properties Wizard, in the Encoding area, in the Type list, click one the following:
    • (None). Specifies no encoding. This is the default setting.

    • MIME. Specifies encoding that uses Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions.

    • Custom. Specifies encoding that uses a custom encoding component.

    Ee250808.note(en-US,BTS.10).gif Notes

    • You can specify a custom encoding/encryption/signature component and configure the class identifier (CLSID) only by using the BizTalk Messaging Configuration object model. BizTalk Messaging Manager displays "Custom" in the encoding/encryption/signature Type list only when you are editing a messaging port for which a custom component has been specified.

    • If you specify an envelope that uses a reliable format, or an envelope that uses a custom XML format without an envelope specification, and your document has no attachments, your output is not MIME encoded, even if you specify MIME encoding.

    • If the incoming document is MIME-encoded Shift-JIS data, do not specify "encoding=Shift_jis" in the body of the document. Instead, specify "charset=shift-jis" in the MIME header.
  2. In the Encryption area, in the Type list, click one of the following:
    • (None). Specifies no encryption. This is the default setting.

    • S/MIME. Specifies encryption that uses Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions.

    • Custom. Specifies encoding that uses a custom encryption component.

    Ee250808.note(en-US,BTS.10).gif Note

    • You can specify a custom encryption component and configure the class identifier (CLSID) only by using the BizTalk Messaging Configuration object model.
  3. If you select S/MIME encryption, in the Encryption area, click Browse.

    The Select an Encryption Certificate dialog box appears.

  4. Select an encryption certificate.

    For more information, see Select an encryption certificate.

  5. In the Signature area, in the Type list, click one of the following:
    • (None). Specifies no signature. This is the default setting.

    • S/MIME. Specifies a signature that uses Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions.

    • Custom. Specifies encoding that uses a custom signature component.

    Ee250808.note(en-US,BTS.10).gif Note

    • You can specify a custom signature component and configure the class identifier (CLSID) only by using the BizTalk Messaging Configuration object model.
  6. If you do not want to proceed directly to the Channel Wizard to create a channel, clear the Create a channel for this messaging port check box; otherwise, in the Channel type list, click one of the following channel types:
    • From an organization

    • From an application

If you are creating a new messaging port, click Next. For instructions about completing the next step, go to Create messaging ports.

If you are editing an existing messaging port, click Next. For instructions about completing the next step, go to Edit messaging ports.

If you have completed your changes, click Finish.

Related Topics

Create channels

Create messaging ports

Edit messaging ports

Set Messaging Port Properties


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