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WSS0221: Unable to locate matching certificate for Key Encryption using Callback Handler.

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my sign of request is working perfectly. But when I add to encrypt also request i get this error:

2019-10-16 10:52:59.296 ERROR 6912 --- [nio-8080-exec-1]    : WSS0221: Unable to locate matching certificate for Key Encryption using Callback Handler.
2019-10-16 10:52:59.304 ERROR 6912 --- [nio-8080-exec-1] com.sun.xml.wss.logging.impl.filter      : WSS1413: Error extracting certificate

My code part:

from what i see the main issue is that alias for encry cert is not set. How to set it i do not know as the same handler is called for sign and encry. Sign is working.

Link: Encryption
To encrypt outgoing SOAP messages, the security policy file should contain a Encrypt element. This element can further carry a EncryptionTarget element which indicates which part of the message should be encrypted, and a SymmetricKey to indicate that a shared secret instead of the regular public key should be used to encrypt the message. You can read a description of the other elements here .

<xwss:SecurityConfiguration xmlns:xwss="">;
   <xwss:Encrypt />
The XwsSecurityInterceptor will fire a EncryptionKeyCallback to the registered handlers in order to retrieve the encryption information. Within Spring-WS, there is one class which handled this particular callback: the KeyStoreCallbackHandler.

Picture of object:

And part of class that executes this:

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