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From "Rahul Mehta (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Updated: (GERONIMO-5366) To enable the ws-security support in Axis2/Tomcat JAX-WS provider in Apache Geronimo
Date Thu, 10 Jun 2010 18:35:13 GMT


Rahul Mehta updated GERONIMO-5366:

    Attachment: RampartModule.txt

Hello Jarek/Devs,

In order to enable the ws-security in Axis2/tomcat, first step is to bring the rampart module
in Axis2/Geronimo. Rampart is deployed as a module in Axis2, in the security phase.[1]

With this patch, we will get the Rampart Core component has core components that process and
enforce security.

I created this patch against Geronimo-2.2 as the trunk is not stable and I cannot run my unit
test. Please apply this patch.

Many Thanks,


> To enable the ws-security support in Axis2/Tomcat JAX-WS provider in Apache Geronimo
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: GERONIMO-5366
>                 URL:
>             Project: Geronimo
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>      Security Level: public(Regular issues) 
>          Components: webservices
>         Environment: Apache Geronimo, Apache Axis2, Apache Tomcat, WS-Security, Web Services,
Java, Linux
>            Reporter: Rahul Mehta
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: RampartModule.txt
> Cross reference#GERONIMO-4642
> Hello Devs,
> This JIRA aims to enable the WS-Security support in "Apache Geronimo- in Axis2/Tomcat".
During my Google summer of code project last year, I worked on setting up WS_Security in CXF/Jetty
JAX-WS provider in Apache geronimo (plz have a look at GERONIMO-4642) and that is still ongoing.
This JIRA is dedicated to Axis2/Tomcat JAX-WS provider.
> Some appropriate information about how to set up WS-Security is given in JIRA GERONIMO-4642.
> For axis2 part, we will first need Rampart module (based on WSS4J) as security module.
 I will first start pulling required rampart modules in the apache geronimo and then start
with setting the client side out flow security. Later I will move to Server side inflow security.
> Look forward to seeing your feedbacks.
> Many Thanks,
> Rahul

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