4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 17, 2007 3:06 PM by Burr Sutter

    queue authentication

    Poyan Gerami Novice

      Hi,
      How can ESB authenticate it self for sendaing an messagen on an secure queue ?

        • 1. Re: queue authentication
          Mark Little Master

          More information please.

          • 2. Re: queue authentication
            Arutha Belron Newbie


            Perhaps related, perhaps not, not sure what poyge394 asks:
            Is there a way to make a 'whitelist' for queues, meaning only certain origins (IP/services/other) are allowed to put a message on the queue? (for clarity, the whitelist would contain the services/domains/IP's etc that are allowed to put something on the queue)

            • 3. Re: queue authentication
              Mark Little Master

              You have complete control over your endpoint destinations. At present there's no such thing as ACLs, so when you publish them (the corresponding EPRs) in the registry every consumer can see them. When we integrate security aspects in a later release, you'll be able to define ACLs, roles etc. and the ESB will enforce them. But at the moment you'll have to do that yourself.

              • 4. Re: queue authentication
                Burr Sutter Master

                 


                Is there a way to make a 'whitelist' for queues, meaning only certain origins (IP/services/other) are allowed to put a message on the queue? (for clarity, the whitelist would contain the services/domains/IP's etc that are allowed to put something on the queue)


                If by queue you mean a JMS queue then this is really more a question for the JMS broker. Is your use case something like
                messaging client produces a message -> JMS queue/topic -> ESB -> ESB mediates, transforms, routes, orchestrates, etc and sends the message to where it needs to go

                Burr