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ws security policies(UsernameToken and X.509 Certificate) would automatically comes in WSDL

subba rao
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I have implemented UserNameToken and also X.509 security headers to my service using below weblog.

http://www.jroller.com/gmazza/entry/cxf_x509_profile

i have generated WSDL file using java2wsdl .i have used apache cxf 2.5.2 version.

how to apply security policies to my WSDL so that client knows that i have implemented UserNameToken and also X.509 security headers to my service.how does these security policies would come automatically by using java2WSDL command. what changes do i need to make for server side cxf-servlet.xml ?

 
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