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Java Client (axis 1.4) invoking a secured .NET web service (WS-Security)

Davide Palma
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Joined: Dec 28, 2004
Posts: 4
Hi all!

I'm trying (without success till now) to let a java client (axis 1.4 based) communicate with an external web service (.NET based). My problems are due to the security policies. I have the policies file (.NET wizard generated) but I can't find a way to map this info to the axis file client.wsdd....

Surfing thru several forums I found only problems but no solutions....
Does anyone know where to find a good step by step tutorial?

Thank you
Ayman Yasin
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 12, 2006
Posts: 1
you will need Axis2 for ws-policy support (client side only). but i still could not find where to give him the policy file.
 
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