This document discusses how the SOAP/HTTP Binding Component can be configured, in a service provider and in a service consumer, to use WS-Security 1.0 (2004) Username Token Profile support. WS-Security 1.0 (2004) provided support for the Username Token, which could be sent over the wire in the clear. This was insecure but Sun JAX-RPC libraries allowed this, since the standard allowed this. Through Project Metro release 1.4 it was impossibly to formulate a WS-Security policy that decorated a SOAP message with the Username Token headers, without requiring to also encrypt parts of the message. This prevented solutions built on top Metro 1.4, or earlier, from supporting cleartext Username Token. Metro 1.5 relaxed this requirement. The WS-Security policy configured using the GlassFish ESB NetBeans WS-Security wizard will be modified to require and provide a Plain text Username Token.
This document discusses how to implement support for WS-Security 1.0 (2004) in Java CAPS 6 Repository projects without resorting to SOAP Message Handlers. This is an update to my 3 year old Java CAPS 5.1 document on this topic, “Java CAPS 5.1, Implementing WS-Security 1.0 (2004) with JAX-RPC“. In this “release” Access Manager support for Username Token Profile has been removed. Feel free to add it if you need such support.
Java CAPS 6 Update 1 supports a mechanism for hooking SOAP envelope handlers into the Java CAPS Web Services framework so what I did and described in this document can now be done differently – perhaps better. I had a look at how to implement SOAP Message Handlers and it looked like work so I did not go there.
This material is provided on “all care but no responsibility” basis. Sun Java CAPS Support will not support this and neither will I. JAX-RPC from JWSDP 2.0, which is at the heart of the implementation, is deprecated and has long since been replaced by WSIT/JAX-WS/Tango.