How ot Monitor CA Risk Authentication, UDS and CA Strong Authentication Services

Document ID : KB000120647
Last Modified Date : 09/11/2018
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Introduction:
In an enterprise environment where CA Strong Authentication, UDS  and CA Risk Authentication are running, customers would like to monitor these services and generate alerts if one of them is down.  Exposed Web Services is a great means to monitor these services. 
Question:
How ot Monitor CA Risk Authentication, UDS and CA Strong Authentication Services ?
Environment:
CA Risk Authentication and CA Strong Authentication 
Answer:
WSDL files that are provided in <ARCOT_HOME>\wsdls directory can be used to send Web Services requests to these back end servers running these services.  These are as follows:

1. Under <ARCOT_HOME>\wsdls\uds (wsdls for UDS),
2. Under  <ARCOT_HOME>\wsdls\riskfort (wsdls CA Risk Authentcation)
3. Under  <ARCOT_HOME>\wsdls\webfort (wsdls CA Risk Authentcation) 


Here are examples for the above 

a. WSDL Webservice call to Monitor CA Risk Authentication Service. – evaluateRisk()

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2. 
WSDL Webservice call to Monitor Webfort Service. Call – FetchCredential

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3.  
WSDL Webservice call to Monitor UDS (User Data Service). Call – getUserStatus.

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