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Using UnManaged Web Services Client with WS-Policy

 
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Does anyone have any information or reference about How to use the WS-Policy with UnManaged Web Services Client?

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Hi!
Do you mean configuring a web service client to use the policy provided by the service provider dynamically at runtime?
 
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Yes. That's correct.

If it's Managed Web Service Client using WebSphere Application Server, I know how to configure it.

But if the client is UnManaged, I'm not sure how to proceed.

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Ah, I think I get it - you want a standalone client, not one that runs in a WebSphere application server, to configure itself according to WS-Policy provided by the web service.
It turns out that I have actually done this using the following libraries from Metro:
• webservices-api.jar
• webservices-extra-api.jar
• webservices-extra.jar
• webservices-rt.jar
• webservices-tools.jar

You can find them at: https://metro.dev.java.net/

Drop them in and they automagically take care of applying WS-Policy of the server on the (standalone) client side.
Best wishes!
 
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Thank you very much Ivan
 
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