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nishwas mahindra
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Has anybody implemented SAML in any sense?
Using or without using Weblogic?

How to do it ?
 
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WSS4J implements SAML Tokens, and can be used on the client and server side (together with Axis). Do you have a specific question about it?
 
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Thank you for your reply.

I am talking about actual code sample.

I am planning to use WLS9.0 for this.I know how to configure WLS for SAML.But I don't know how to create actual tokens.
 
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This thread might be relevant.
 
nishwas mahindra
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Thank you Ulf.

But I wanted a solution pertaining to Weblogic server.

Bear with me if I am wrong.
Can we use WSSJ with WLS?
WLS has it's own support for SAML.
And It is decided now, that we will be using WLS9.0.
 
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SAML is a standard, which WSS4J implements. I would hope that if WLS implements SAML, that it follows the standard as well, in which case there should be no interoperability problems with WSS4J (and it shouldn't matter which library you use to implement the client).
[ January 23, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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