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How to create a simple test class to test a secured web service.

 
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I have implemented security for my simple web service by using Basic (username/password) mechanism.

Generated client proxy, from the web service and configured username/password on the server.

How to create a test class to test the Webservice ?

Can anybody give me sample code/tutorial links.

I need to add "wsse:Security header" in the input SOAP message.

Thanks

Srinivas
 
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Understanding WS-Security seems to be good.

Regards,
Dan
 
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Can anybody let me know how to create a very simple test case to consume a web service in Java/JavaScript ?

Thanks!
 
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