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HTTP authentication on accessing WSDL

 
Tim Storms
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Hi,

I'm trying to use HTTP authenitication when my WSDL is accessed. Authetication should only happen on user/pass and not on roles. During deploy time, I'm getting the following stacktrace in my JBoss 4.2.3:

I've looked into the source of the RoleBasedAuthorizationInterceptorFactory and on line 49, the following happens:

This could mean that the "securityAnnotation" variable, which is the SecurityDomain annotation of my web service, is not gathered.
These are my annotations in my web service class:

In the web.xml of my web app, I've configured the following:

My Jboss login-config.xml contains:

The props/jbossws-users.properties file exists.
I've also tried the approach given on http://jbossws.jboss.org/mediawiki/index.php?title=Authentication, but without any result.
Tips, hints, etc. are very welcome!
 
Tim Storms
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Guys, any help on this?

I've managed to get this thing working in a very small dummy application but this problem is still occuring in my companies application. It's a seam application running on JBoss 4.2.3. Could seam somehow be causing this nullpointer?

This is the dependency I use to get the EJB's working:
 
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@SecurityDomain("mydomain")


Post the import statements in your EJB class. For 4.x it should be:

 
Tim Storms
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These are my imports regarding EJB's/Web Services:



The imports should be fine I guess.
 
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