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SOAP Axis receiver

Former Member
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I have to recreate a scenario in one project to a new roll out project. I didnot got documents. I got screen shots of channel configurations.

Its a webservices receiver. They have used SOAP reciver adapter with axis message protocol. They are integrating to a bank site.

My doubt is can this be done using soap receiver , without using axis message protocol

The encapsulation format is MIME, does it means certificates are used?

the details under Connection Parameters

SOAP URL is filled

basic authentication with username and password is selected. Do we use username and password authentication whle using soap certificates?

Payload extraction is soap body child.

A lot of axis handler beans are used.

Under module key these values are entered

wssec action encrypt

wssec cryptoview, wssec encryptionkeyidentifier are also marked

am not able to understand these. Is it possible to say what security is asked

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iaki_vila
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Hi Midhun,

The MIME is an special encapsulation for SOAP protocol, in this way the payload and the attachments have a defined structure, not like SOAP PI message, https://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-xmlp-scenarios-20020626/soap-usage-fig15.png

In this way, if there is not a passthrough scenario, i think you should use the SOAP Axis adapter.

About the wsse, it is way to encrypt fields in the SOAP header, fields like user/pasword or another. Check this example

Hope this helps to clarify a bit your scenario.

Regards.

former_member204100
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Hi Midhun,

you are right, the SOAP and AXIS adapters are similar, however the used implementation and flexibility differs a lot. I think it worth to read the AXIS FAQ note first:

#1039369 - FAQ XI Axis Adapter

There you can get answers to many of your questions.

Best Regards,

Viktor