WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE enumeration (webservices.h)

With message security and mixed-mode security, this defines when a timestamp element should be generated and demanded in the WS-Security header.

Syntax

typedef enum  {
  WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE_ALWAYS = 1,
  WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE_NEVER = 2,
  WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE_REQUESTS_ONLY = 3
} WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE;

Constants

 
WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE_ALWAYS
Value: 1
Always generate a timestamp in each outgoing message and demand a
timestamp be present in each incoming message, whether those messages
are requests or replies.
WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE_NEVER
Value: 2
Do not use timestamps in requests or replies. It is an error to
specify this value when a mixed-mode message signature is required in
the WS-Security header.
WS_SECURITY_TIMESTAMP_USAGE_REQUESTS_ONLY
Value: 3
Generate and demand timestamps in client to server request messages,
but not in server to client reply messages. This value may be used in
mixed-mode security.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 7 [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008 R2 [desktop apps only]
Header webservices.h