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soap security and SSL

 
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1. Does any body know how to config a soap client to read secured soap messages?
2. Does any body know how I can use SSL in a test server at WSAD?
 
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Which version of WSAD do you use?
In WSAD 5 it's possible to exchange soap messages over SSL. You have to contact the SSL Port (usually Port 9443) of the WSAD test server.
A Java client will not connect to the test server because it hasn't been certificated and I don't know how to do this.
Any help is appreciated.
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Stephan Lachenmaier
 
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You can secure a SOAP message exchange by either securing the connection with SSL or the individual messages by applying WS-Security.
A detailed explantion is not possible here. So I would rather point you to the freely downloadable sample chapter Web Services Security on J2EE Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services.
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