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WSE Policy element in the policy file

Web services enhancements 3.0

<policy> Element

specifies one or more SOAP Message requirements. A policy element can have one or more child elements.

<policy name="unique policy name">
    <anonymousForCertificateSecurity />
    <mutualCertificate10Security />
    <kerberosSecurity />
    <mutualCertificate11Security />
    <requireActionHeader />
    <requireSoapHeader name="" namespace="" actor="" />
    <usernameForCertificateSecurity />
    <usernameOverTransportSecurity />

name Required attribute which uniquely identifies the policy in policy file.


Represents a security assertion that requires the presence of the specified SOAP header in the SOAP message.

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