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Soap WSDL Error

Hi All,

We have a requirements where PI should Decrypt and Validate the signature of the payload using soap sender adapter

We successfully tested it with soap UI, the WSS mechanism works perfect in PI.

Now we generated the WSDLfrom sender agreement and found that the WSDL does not have any security assertions tags

I looked for SOA and WS NAVIGATOR settings but nothing seems to appropriate





<sp:X509Token sp:IncludeToken="">


<sp:WssX509V3Token10 />







<sp:Basic256Rsa15 />



Any suggestions are appreciated



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    Posted on Nov 22, 2012 at 01:44 PM

    Hi Sudheer,

    I have made the inverse observation that it is not tolerated by PI to import WSDLs including Policy information. Looks like this is not supported by the development tools (in 7.11). In case of SSL scenarios this doesn't make much sense to me.



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      Hi Jorg,

      Our issue was not importing WSDL into PI, however we can successfully import WSDL with wsse policies with out any problem, our issue was generating a WSDL with wsse policies and we found soap adapter policies does not support, we have to manually manipulate it.

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