Reply posted on January 6, 2009 by turabhowmick
Does this iteration need to be done at the code where the Connect-java is invoked?
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In an upcoming version of Process Commander we expect to add support for WS-Security and WS-Addressing in connectors. There is currently no out of the box support. Note- this applies only to SOAP connectors.
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Thanks for the update and sorry for delay in reponse. I have tried most of the options but we created manually rules as only few of them are missing. I will double check and get back. Thanks.
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