1. Inserting Username token in security header of already generated SOAP envelope gives me two headers! stackoverflow.com
I'm using WSS4J to add a Username token in the header of an already formed SOAP request envelope. Here is what the SOAP request looks like:
2. WSS4J & Binary security token coderanch.com
Ok thanks. I already found that info on xml.com, but it sounds very, very manually and very, very bad practise ? The code uses a SignatureToken class which extends token and next a BinarySecurityTokenWithReference class that extends SignatureToken. There are three things that I don't coop with: - The code is very messy and has 'catch Exception' all over the place ...
3. WSS4J implements WS-I Basic Security Profile Version 1.0 spec? coderanch.com
4. Wss4J Security question on Username Token coderanch.com
Hi, I had a doubt on the following scenario. There is a set of web services hosted on a Microsoft environment (acting as producers). The access to these web services is primarily based on a two step methodology Step 1: Use Authentication service by sending relevant username, password details which returns a session token if the user is valid Step 2. ...