Additional SOAP Payload Parameters in VS .NET

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Additional SOAP Payload Parameters
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You can specify several other parameters for the SOAP payload to control various behaviors for the endpoint. Besides the options covered earlier, you can set the following options for the SOAP payload:
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[ [ [ [ [ [ , , , , , BATCHES = { ENABLED | DISABLED } ] SESSIONS = { ENABLED | DISABLED } ] SESSION_TIMEOUT = timeoutInterval | NEVER ] DATABASE = { 'database_name' | DEFAULT } CHARACTER_SET = { SQL | XML }] HEADER_LIMIT = int ]
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Lesson 2: Creating a Secure HTTP Endpoint
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The BATCHES option controls whether a connection can issue ad hoc SQL queries against the endpoint. When you enable this parameter, a connection to the database can issue any ad hoc SQL query. The commands that a connection can successfully execute are governed by security permissions within the database.
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Enabling ad hoc SQL
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You should always disable the BATCHES option. Allowing a connection to execute ad hoc SQL queries against the endpoint provides an open invitation to hackers to go after your database. For everything that is exposed in an HTTP endpoint, you should use the WEBMETHOD clause to define a specific set of procedures or functions allowed.
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By enabling SESSIONS support, multiple SOAP request/response pairs are treated as a single SOAP session. This allows an application to make multiple calls to the endpoint during a single SOAP session. When you specify a value for the DATABASE parameter, the connection to the HTTP endpoint changes context to the database that you specified; otherwise, the default database defined for the login is used.
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SOAP payload parameters
For a discussion of all possible SOAP payload options for an endpoint, see the SQL Server 2005 Books Online article CREATE ENDPOINT (Transact-SQL).
Quick Check
1. Which parameter should you specify for the SOAP payload to make the endpoint meaningful 2. Which parameter should never be enabled due to security concerns
Quick Check Answers
1. The WEBMETHOD parameter specifies the procedure or function that is exposed by the endpoint. Each HTTP endpoint should always use this parameter to restrict the possible commands that can be executed against it. 2. The BATCHES parameter allows a connection to execute ad hoc SQL queries against the endpoint; you should disable this parameter to limit the potential exposure to your database from Web service calls.
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Working with HTTP Endpoints
PRACTICE
Creating an Endpoint
In this exercise, you will create an HTTP endpoint that requires integrated security as well as SSL. The endpoint will expose the stored procedure uspGetBillOfMaterials from the AdventureWorks database as a Web method. 1. Launch SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), connect to your instance, and open a new query window. 2. Type the following command to create the endpoint, specifying the endpoint as type HTTP, as using integrated authentication, and as using a PORTS setting of SSL. The statement also specifies the payload as SOAP and uses the WEBMETHOD parameter to expose the uspGetBillOfMaterials stored procedure as a Web method:
CREATE ENDPOINT sql_endpoint STATE = STARTED AS HTTP( PATH = '/sql', AUTHENTICATION = (INTEGRATED ), PORTS = ( SSL ), SITE = 'SERVER' ) FOR SOAP ( WEBMETHOD 'BillofMaterials' (name='AdventureWorks.dbo.uspGetBillOfMaterials'), WSDL = DEFAULT, SCHEMA = STANDARD, DATABASE = 'AdventureWorks', NAMESPACE = 'http://tempUri.org/' ); GO
CAUTION
Error creating HTTP endpoint
Depending on the specific operating system and the applications that are installed on your machine, you might receive an error message when executing this command. To resolve this issue, see the MSDN article Guidelines and Limitations in Native XML Web Services at http:// msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189092.aspx.
Lesson Summary
You define HTTP endpoints in two sections of the Transact-SQL CREATE ENDPOINT command: one that defines the endpoint as HTTP and another that defines the payload as SOAP.
Lesson 2: Creating a Secure HTTP Endpoint
The SOAP payload defines the operations allowed for the endpoint as well as how result sets are formatted for the SOAP response. The most important parameter within the SOAP payload is the WEBMETHOD option, which specifies the stored procedure or function that is exposed by the endpoint.
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