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From Kaushalye Kapuruge <>
Subject Re: AW: AXIS2/C and scope="soapsession"
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2007 04:48:31 GMT
Samisa Abeysinghe wrote:
> Stadelmann Josef wrote:
>> Hi Subra,
>>     The problem you see tells me that it is more wors with Axis2/C in 
>> regard to sessions
>>     as I expected.
>>     When looking at what I said below, regarding the defines made in 
>> axis_config.h
>>     one can get the impression that sessions are somewhat handled, 
>> but when I read
>>     your e-mail the I get a different feeling and the idea that some 
>> work is pending on Axis2/C
> SOAP session is not tested, even though the code may be there. All 
> that is supported is demonstrated in the sg_math sample.
>>     Meanwhil I am switching over from Axis2/C the simple_httop_server 
>> to Axis2 Java and call
>>     from a service object per session, an real instance of the class, 
>> one per soap session, via a
>>     WSIT toolkit through JVM my legacy services written in C,
>>     and there, in this legacy C code, I use my axiom and axutil libs 
>> ported to OpenVMS, from
>>     my wrapper of the legacy service.
>>     That way I can at least say: I have scope=soapsession supported 
>> by Axis2 Java and get to a
>>     OpenVMS process after all,  one for each client calling in, 
>> through my webservice in Java.
>>     my issue is: one session to one OpenVMS process for 
>> authentication purpose.
> If it is about authentication, why not use WS-Security UsernameToken?
> You can use this with the Rampart/C module and is the right way to do 
> auth in Web services.
If this is a requirement...
You may find the information on how to add Username Tokens to SOAP 
messages here[1].
A complete sample can be found here[2].

> Samisa...
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