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Martin Kalin WS Security Example - Client CallBackHandler not getting triggered

 
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I set up a client for calling a soap webservice as mentioned in Martin Kalin's web services up and running Page 248. The callback handler does not seem to be triggering.

And moreover , the output dump of the SOAPMessage does not have a header added.

I figured the getHeader call inside the SOAPHandler will be adding this header along with the Username tokens - username and password.

The code is as-is from the book but not sure why it is not creating the expected SOAPMessage as shown in page 256

I am preparing for the certification so i figured this is the right place to ask such questions. Pardon me if its not. Also i am new to SOAP web services.

Code for the client below

caller


CustomClientHandler



CustomPrompter


client.xml
 
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I don't have Martin Kalin's second edition.
But you may want to download the second edition sample code here:
https://github.com/mkalin/jwsur2

You may want to compare with the source code in the book and code in the zip file.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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