2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 15, 2006 6:30 PM by Thomas Diesler

    Encryption and Signature from .Net client

    Kristof Taveirne Newbie

      Hi,

      I'm in urgent need of some help.
      I'm having the biggest problems in the world creating just a simple HelloWorld webservice.

      I've seen every possible exception and I've tried every possible configuration. The only conclusion I can take at the moment is that ws-security in JBoss is completely not interoperable with .Net clients using WSE 3.0.
      I'm afraid that I don't get this fixed I'm gonna have to transfer our complete system to another application server or throw the complete ws-security stack of jboss overboard and implement the security handler myself from scratch tailored to what the .Net client is sending out.

      What I'm trying to do is realy simple
      I'm looking for a way to do ws-encryption of the data being transfered and have somekind of authentication on the server.
      I need to know who send me the data, and I want it encrypted over the wire.

      I'm not gonna post here all the things I've tried over the last few weeks because this mail would be way to long.

      My question is simple: Has anyone on this globe ever done this before? And how did he do it?

      Thanks alot!

      Kristof.

        • 1. Re: Encryption and Signature from .Net client
          Rafael Martony Newbie

          Hi, I'm also having interoperability problems with JBossWS and WSE 3.0.
          I call a JBossWS helloWorld service using a .Net WSE 3 client and it simple does not work with ws-encryption.

          I tried every possible configuration on the .Net client.
          Signing only the message, however, the server processes the message correctly and returns the SOAP response to the client.
          The .Net client then throws an exception while processing the response: "An unsupported signature or encryption algorithm was used".

          Did anyone try using ws-encryption (encrypting and/or signing messages) with .Net WSE 3.0 and JBossWS (jboss-4.0.5.GA)?

          Thank you!

          Rafael Mártony.

          • 2. Re: Encryption and Signature from .Net client
            Thomas Diesler Master

             


            I'm afraid that I don't get this fixed I'm gonna have to transfer our complete system to another application server or throw the complete ws-security stack of jboss overboard and implement the security handler myself from scratch tailored to what the .Net client is sending out.


            http://www.jboss.com/services/profsupport

            Currently the dev team is busy with JAXWS JEE5 certification. This type of interop issue will be addressed as part of the regular MSFT interop workshops.

            If cost is a concern to your organization, then profsupport might be a valid option.