Publish Internal Service Wizard

The Publish Internal Service Wizard is used to publish an internal service onto the Gateway. Publishing an internal service is very similar to publishing a normal SOAP web service, except the WSDL is predefined and the necessary assertions are automatically added. The only input required for this wizard is the routing URI.
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The Publish Internal Service Wizard is used to publish an internal service onto the Gateway. Publishing an internal service is very similar to publishing a normal SOAP web service, except the WSDL is predefined and the necessary assertions are automatically added. The only input required for this wizard is the routing URI.
To learn about the internal services currently available, see Publish Internal Service.
Publishing internal services requires the Administrator role.
 
To run the Publish Internal Service Wizard:
  1. Do any of the following:
    • Click 
      Publish Internal Service
       on the Home Page
    • Select [
      Tasks
      ] >
      Services and APIs > Publish Internal Service
       from the Main Menu
    • Right-click a folder within the Services and Policies  list and then select 
      Publish Internal Service
      .
    The Publish Internal Service Wizard appears.
  2. Complete the wizard as described below.
    Setting
    Description
    Select service to publish
    From the drop-down list, select the internal service to publish. For a description of each service, see Working with Internal Services.
    Routing URI
     
    Each internal service has its own default routing URI. Either accept this URI or enter a custom routing URI. Every service URI prefix must be unique. The Policy Manager will warn you if the routing URI is already in use. You can change the routing URI later through the [HTTP/FTP] tab of the service properties.
    Internal services cannot use the "ssg/soap" prefix used by SOAP web services. The routing URI for the Gateway REST Management Service must end with "/*".
    Note that internal services cannot use the "ssg/soap" prefix used by SOAP web services.
    WS-Trust Namespace
    (Security Token Service only)
    When publishing a 'Security Token Service', select the WS-Trust namespace to use from the drop-down list. If the namespace you need is not listed, type the namespace in the field.
  3. When you are satisfied everything is correct, click [
    Finish
    ] to publish the service.
    Tip: 
    If you've specified a conflicting service resolution, you are given the option to correct the conflict, proceed as is, or cancel the publishing.
When the wizard is complete, the newly published service appears in the Services and Policies list and in the policy development window, with any required accompanying assertion already added. You can now begin constructing your new policy. For more information, see Developing a Policy.
After creating the new internal service, you can send requests to it by using one of the following URIs:
http://
<machinename.domain.com>
:8080
<serviceURIsuffix>
https://
<machinename.domain.com>
:8443
<serviceURIsuffix>
 
Where:
  •  
    <machinename.domain.com>
    is the name of the computer hosting the Gateway
  •  
    <serviceURIsuffix>
    is the Routing URI entered in the Publish Internal Service Wizard or in the service properties.