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JAX-RPC over HTTPS

 
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I'm trying to contact a web service using a Java client using JAX-RPC over HTTPS. Does anyone have any example of how to do this.
So far I have tried to generate the SOAP proxies using WebLogic clientgen. Using WebLogic's default Certicom SSL implementation I cannot get HTTPS to work at all.
If I use JSSE as the underlying SSL implementation then I can get server authentication to work but not mutual authentication.
I'm also looking at Axis soap so any working example or advice would be appreciated.
 
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Originally posted by Jon Wu:
I'm trying to contact a web service using a Java client using JAX-RPC over HTTPS. Does anyone have any example of how to do this.
So far I have tried to generate the SOAP proxies using WebLogic clientgen. Using WebLogic's default Certicom SSL implementation I cannot get HTTPS to work at all.
If I use JSSE as the underlying SSL implementation then I can get server authentication to work but not mutual authentication.
I'm also looking at Axis soap so any working example or advice would be appreciated.


I would recommend you take a look at the complete JAX-RPC SSL example using Sun JWSDP. I think you can apply to Axis as well..as long as you use JAX-RPC APIs.
Here is the link:
http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.0/tutorial/doc/JAXRPC7.html
 
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