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I'm using CXF webservices generated from a WSDL with SOAP document style. Under normal conditions, the client and server work fine, and can I read info back from the the server (SOAP http messages passed between both)
However, for some servers, I am using SUNs Policy Agent, which checks for an authentication token in the http header cookie before allowing access to the web service. I set up the cxf service port as follow:
Service service = Service.create(serviceName); service.addPort(portName, SOAPBinding.SOAP11HTTP_BINDING, address); servicePort = (IMyService)service.getPort(portName, IMyService.class);
I also add the authentication token to the http header cookie in the service's request context. If the token is correct, everything works fine. However, if the token is incorrect, and access is denied, the policy agent does not return a SOAP http message. In this case, the web service method throws a low-level XMLStreamReader exception i.e. it can't read the SOAP message response - so I can't get the actual response from the policy agent.
Would anyone have an idea on this? Should I configure the CXF port differently, or should I try to get the policy agent to return a SOAP message even if access is denied. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Rob
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: Web Service SOAP exception when security access denied.