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WebService With WSS using soap 1.2

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I am using the client application provided in the following url, to test the my web service application ( of course I could use SoapUI but I wanted to use a client app ).

Now my web application uses soap 1.2 with WS Security (WSS) - signed and encryption. In some respect the sample client app is perfect all except it is using soap 1.1.

So below is how the client app configures the "outbound" interceptor to sign and encrypt the msg.

As my web service application is using soap 1.2, the above configuration of the client app will need to change to use soap 1.2
ie change the above soap 1.1 namespace ( ) to soap 1.2 namespace ( - Note there is no forward slash after the "05/soap-envelope" see ).

With this in mind. I updated the above configuration to as follows :-

Now when I ran up the client app with the above soap 1.2 namespace configuration I get the following exception :-

Clearly, there is a a "part name" of "Body" in the namespace, and yet the client app is complaining.

I guess there is some set/config I am missing.

Any ideas/suggestions to get past the above error would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your help.


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