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From "Ruchith Fernando" <>
Subject Re: can I use use rampart with JAX-WS style webservice
Date Tue, 06 May 2008 07:57:06 GMT
I haven't tried this but I think the following solution will work:

- first implement lifecycle management on the service [1]
- now in the "init" method you can get hold of the AxisService
instance and then you can engage the rampart module on it.
- Finally you can load the policy from a file as an
org.apache.neethi.Policy object and add that to the AxisService
instance as well.

Now you have a WS-Sec enabled service :-)



p.s. You can also try WSO2 WSAS [2] and try the WS-Sec support
available as well!

On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 8:39 PM,  <> wrote:
> Hi
> I have a web service developed using jax-ws style annotations.
> So it does not require a services.xml, It is deployed to axis2 as jar file
> under WEB-INF\servicejars directory.
> Now if I want to secure this service using rampart how do I link the
> policy.xml?
> Where do I add the stuff such as <module ref="rampart"> that one usually
> adds into services.xml ?
> cheers
> Tezcan


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