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Hello all,

In need to encrypt the body of SOAP messages on a service. I'm using Axis2 so therefore I'm working through some of the Rampart examples to try and understand how it can be applied in Axis.

Sample 03 is perhaps the closest to what I want to do, so I'm focusing on that. However I can't seem to get it to work correctly. As I understand it the message sent to the service should have an encrypted body, correct? (the RecipientToken has a X509Token, and <body/> is specified in the encryptedParts element).

The readme/policy files are here:

The security header is included in the message, the service is invoked and no errors are thrown *but* I'm not seeing an encrypted body in SOAP Monitor and I'm not sure why. Any ideas what might be going on here?

Here is the request message (how I'm seeing it in SOAP Monitor) (I've cut the <CipherValue> short to make it more readable):

This is how I'm invoking the service:

[ September 11, 2007: Message edited by: Alan Sunley ]
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