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WS-SecureConversation [SecurityContextToken]

Juan Pajuelo

Joined: Jun 16, 2014
Posts: 1
Hi all,

I have a problem when i am trying to connect with a web services using ws-secureconversation. The problem is this:

1. firstly i send a RequestSecurityToken. OK [16062014Request.txt]
2. I get the response with RequestSecurityTokenResponse. OK [16062014Response.txt]
3. lastly, I send the client Request but in the SOAP message isn`t the SecurityContextToken. [16062014RequestClient.txt] .

Why is not the token in the message? All configuration of security policies are made from the administrative console.(WAS

I attached the SOAP messages.

I agree. Here's the link:
subject: WS-SecureConversation [SecurityContextToken]
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