Auto-Steward Connectivity

This guide describes how to configure and test Verato Auto-Steward.

  • Auto-Steward Security and Authentication

    Verato Auto-Steward is a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) product, available via Verato’s Match Web Service. As such, Verato must expose web services to our clients in a manner that is both convenient for consumption but secure to the highest st...

  • Connectivity Setup

    There are several steps to establish secure connectivity for each Verato client. Some steps are the responsibility of Verato, and some are the responsibility of the client. Verato Responsibility Verato is responsible for the following: Verato provision...

  • Connectivity Testing

    Prior to configuring and testing your application that will invoke web service requests, Verato recommends testing connectivity using a basic tool such as SoapUI as a first test, just to ensure that the certificates and passwords are working as expected...

  • Application Connectivity

    When the connectivity setup and testing steps are complete, the client must configure their application invoking web services as follows: Your application must be pointed to the *.jks file provided by Verato using the following properties: javax.net.s...

  • Auto-Steward Connectivity Troubleshooting

    Typical issues you might encounter related to security and authentication vary depending on which layer of security the issues are happening in. The three layers of security are: IP allowed list enforced on Verato’s servers (and potentially similar fir...