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Editing policy file http-usernametoken.xml file inside weblogic server for webservice security

Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi ,

Yesterday i deployed a JAS WS Webservices under weblogic and from weblogic console , i added a policy file named as http-usernametoken.xml file , so that it provides a basic authentication .

Now , my question is

1. what are the default username and password to it ??

2. Can we edit this file and provide our own Username and passwords ??

Please tell me , thanks in advnace .

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