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From "Christian Mielke" <...@nc-ag.de>
Subject Re: Re: Policies in services.xml
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2008 11:09:36 GMT
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thanks for your reply, but RAMPART needs the policy in the services.xml, or not? Or is there
another way to specify the policy for RAMPART and not in the services.xml?</P>
<P>Greetings</P>
<P>Christian<BR><BR>----- original Nachricht --------<BR><BR><B>Betreff:</B>
Re: Policies in services.xml<BR><B>Gesendet:</B> Mo, 18. Feb 2008<BR><B>Von:</B>
Amila Suriarachchi<AMILASURIARACHCHI@GMAIL.COM><BR><BR>There are two things<BR>1.
Normally you can not set the Rampart specific polices in a wsdl file. So any way you have
to add them to the services.xml<BR>2. There is no need to add polices in the wsdl to
the services.xml. At the deployment time, the deployment engine creates the AxisObject structure
using the WSDL11ToAxisServiceBuilder. This correctly sets the polices to the AxisObject structure.
<BR><BR>thanks,<BR>Amila.<BR><BR></P>
<DIV class=gmail_quote>On Feb 18, 2008 1:17 PM, Christian Mielke &lt;<A href="mailto:cmi@nc-ag.de">cmi@nc-ag.de</A>&gt;
wrote:<BR>
<BLOCKQUOTE class=gmail_quote style="PADDING-LEFT: 1ex; MARGIN: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; BORDER-LEFT:
rgb(204,204,204) 1px solid">Hello,<BR>I want to use WS-Policy for my Web-Services.
So I add a policy inside my WSDL and then I use WSDL2JAVA to generate my code. When I use
this tool, the services.xml gets also generated, but why isn't the used policy of the WSDL
also written in the generated services.xml so that I only have to add the neccessary RAMPART
parameters?<BR>Greetings<BR><FONT color=#888888>Christian<BR></FONT></BLOCKQUOTE></DIV><BR><BR
clear=all><BR>-- <BR>Amila Suriarachchi,<BR>WSO2 Inc. <BR><BR>---
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