About this guide

This guide describes how to configure API Gateway and Axway Validation Authority to work together.

Who should read this guide

The intended audience for this guide is system integrators who are responsible for integrating API Gateway with other applications.

Others who might find parts of this guide useful include network or systems administrators and other technical or business users.

How to use this guide

This guide should be used in conjunction with the other guides in the API Gateway documentation set. Before configuring API Gateway to work with Axway Validation Authority you should understand exactly what message filters are, and how they are chained together to create a message policy. These concepts are documented in detail in the API Gateway Policy Developer Guide.

You should also consult the documentation set for Axway Validation Authority.

Before you begin integrating API Gateway with Axway Validation Authority, review this guide thoroughly. The following is a brief description of the contents of each section:

API Gateway and Axway Validation Authority – Provides an overview of integrating API Gateway with Axway Validation Authority.

Configure API Gateway – Describes how to configure the OSCP Client filter in Policy Studio.

Direct trust model – Describes how to configure API Gateway and Axway Validation Authority for the direct trust model.

VA delegated trust model – Describes how to configure API Gateway and Axway Validation Authority for the VA delegated trust model.

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