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PUBLIC KEY ENABLED (PKE) - APPLICATION STATUS
Updated: 10/24/2023 1:23:22 PM
webMethods, Inc., Integration Platform, version 1.0
INITIAL - Waiting for software to be shipped.
Portal Solutions. Single Sign-On
Operating Systems Supported
Windows NT, Windows 2000, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, IBM AIX
WebMethods runs inside a Java Virtual Machine.
WebMethods servers require JVM 1.2.2 or above
WebMethods development environments require JVM 1.3 or above
Administration of the webMethods Integration Platform can be done through a browser based User Interface, such as Netscape or Internet Explorer.
Audit and logging information is stored in a relational database, such as Oracle, DB2, and Microsoft SQL Server.
Common Access Card Information
Users authenticate to the webMethods Integration server using a certificate and the server uses ACLs to control access to particular services provided by the server. The webMethods Integration Server can function as a web server, thus creating a portal environment. Communication between back-end systems and the webMethods Integration server is protected depending on the protocols the back-end system supports, such as HTTP and SSL. Back-end systems may include ERP systems such as SAP R/3, Baan, PeopleSoft, Oracle applications, web servers and other legacy applications. When placed in a DMZ, the webMethods Integration Server communicates with internet users over SSL sessions then may communicate securely with the back-end systems, thus not exposing the communications between the back-end systems and the internet users.
This description was provided by the vendor.
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