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From Raymond Zhou <>
Subject Re: How do I know ws-security is enabled programmatically?
Date Tue, 10 Mar 2009 03:41:36 GMT
Hi Manjula,
Maybe my writing is a bit confusing, my question is not really about setting the policy
file programmatically, my question is about how I know the ws-security is enabled  programmatically
(which means that the rampart/c module is engaged in axis2/c configuration file). I need to
know this because my client code need to support both ws-security enabled and ws-security
disabled (the normal case), so that in the case of no ws-security I don't have to read the
policy file and set any ws-securit related parameters programmatically.

--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Manjula Peiris <> wrote:

From: Manjula Peiris <>
Subject: Re: How do I know ws-security is enabled programmatically?
To: "Apache AXIS C User List" <>
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 3:12 AM

when you engage rampart there should be a policy to construct the
message. Please see Rampart/c samples for more info.

On Mon, 2009-03-09 at 00:20 -0700, Raymond Zhou wrote:
> A quick question. I am using rampart/c to provide ws-security for a
> web service client application. How do I know ws-security is enabled
> programmatically? I understand that in order to use ws-security I need
> to do something in the configuration file axis2.xml and I also need to
> put rampart/c as a module. But I also need to set the security policy
> into the web service client object programmatically, right? Then I
> need to know whether or not ws-security is enabled, and if not, I
> don't need to set the policy (there is none actually) into the ws
> client object. 
> Thanks!
> Ray

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