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testing java web services with dotnet

gaurav abbi
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Joined: Jan 05, 2007
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i'm a java guy. we have a web service provider and consumer both in java. i'm testing the interoperability part with .Net1.1,
i'm able to successfully send a signed and encrypted soap request from the .Net Client to my web service provider and my provider is able to consume it successfully, but i'm stuck at verifying and decrypting the soap response send by my java ws provider to .net client.
i tried the something like this.

X509SecurityToken respSignVerfToken = getCertToken4Verification();
SoapContext responseSoapCtx = lstservice.ResponseSoapContext;
MessageSignature respSig = new MessageSignature(signatureToken);
//signature verf ends here
but i'm getting the following exception in .Net
An unhandled exception of type 'Microsoft.Web.Services2.Security.SecurityFault' occurred in microsoft.web.services2.dll

Additional information: Referenced security token could not be retrieved

can you point to what could be the possible reason for this? also it would be helpful if you can point to some sample code for this. i tried googling without much success.

thanks,<br />gaurav abbi
I agree. Here's the link:
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