SOAP over HTTPS with client certificate authentication

The tutorial, SOAP over HTTPS with client certificate authentication, will show you how we can use client certificate to handshake with server along with basic authentication for consuming the service. We have also seen how to authenticate by sending authentication information over http headers in SOAP web service but here we will use client certificate (jks file) as a security mechanism. Even you can use header authentication along with client certificate to make more secure.

I will show here both server side code or service and client side code so that server expects client to establish communication through certificate authentication. Here to consume the service you will be given client certificate (extention might be .crt or .der or .p12 or anything else), password for this certificate and username/password for basic authentication (in case if you need also header authentication).

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How to do a SOAP Web Service call from Java class

This example will show you how to do a SOAP web service call from Java class. Normally you would use the web service library for invoking the SOAP service but in some cases this could be useful and quick. For example, you may have problems generating a client proxy with a web service library or if you only need some small specific parts of the response. It is just a SOAP call over HTTP, from a plain piece of Java code without using any Java library. In fact you can invoke SOAP service from any language being web service platform independent.

Now in order to consume the service or SOAP web service call from Java class, we must have the service deployed somewhere. So please read Spring SOAP WebService Producers using Gradle before consuming this SOAP service. We will create here client which will consume the service in the given link. If you want to use library to consume the service then you can read Spring SOAP WebService Consumers using Gradle

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Spring SOAP WebService Consumers using Gradle

Please read Spring SOAP WebService Producers using Gradle before continuing this tutorial.

This tutorial will show you how we can consume SOAP based web service using Spring and Gradle. Please get the WSDL file from http://localhost:9999/ws/users.wsdl and you can save the downloaded file under src/main/resources/wsdl directory. This example shows only Spring SOAP web service consumers using Gradle to consume the already deployed or published service.

Prerequisites

Java at least version 8 needs to be installed and configured
Gradle plugin needs to be installed into Eclipse
Gradle 4.x needs to installed and configured
Dependencies : cxf

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Spring SOAP WebService Producers using Gradle

This tutorial will show you how we can create and publish SOAP based webservice in Contract-first approach using Spring and Gradle. There are mainly two approaches to create the Webservice – Contract-first & Contract-last. The Contract-first approach tells us to create first XSD/WSDL and then create end-point interface and implementation class. The Contract-last approach tells us to create first end-point interface and implementation class then create WSDL file. This example will show you mainly Spring SOAP Webservice Producers using Gradle, i.e., it will only publish or deploy the web service into the server.

Prerequisites

Java at least version 8 needs to be installed and configured
Gradle plugin needs to be installed into Eclipse
Gradle 4.x needs to installed and configured
Dependencies : Spring boot, wsdl

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Contract-first Webservice

This tutorial will show you how we can create and publish SOAP based webservice in Contract-first approach using Apache cxf, Spring and Maven. There are mainly two approaches to create the Webservice – Contract-first & Contract-last. The Contract-first approach tells us to create first WSDL and then create end-point interface and implementation class. The Contract-last approach tells us to create first end-point interface and implementation class then create WSDL file.

For this tutorial we will create one maven web project in Eclipse.

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Consume SOAP Webservice using Apache CXF, Spring, Maven

This tutorial will show you how we can consume SOAP based webservice using Apache cxf, Spring and Maven. For this tutorial we will create one maven standalone project in Eclipse. Please go through the tutorial first https://www.jeejava.com/create-soap-webservice-using-apache-cxf-spring-maven/

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Create SOAP Webservice using Apache CXF, Spring, Maven

This tutorial will show you how we can publish SOAP based webservice using Apache cxf, Spring and Maven. For this tutorial we will create one maven web project in Eclipse. Please read also https://www.jeejava.com/consume-soap-webservice-using-apache-cxf-spring-maven/

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SOAP Fault handling using Exception in JAX-WS webservice

This tutorial will show you how we can generate SOAP fault error code and message using Exception handling in SOAP based JAX-WS webservice. For this tutorial we will create a standalone project in Eclipse.

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Creating JAX-WS Webservice using Maven

This tutorial will show you how we can publish and consume SOAP based JAX-WS webservice using maven wsgen and wsimport plugin. For this tutorial we will create two maven projects – first will be an web project and second one will be a standalone project in Eclipse.

If you already have an idea on how to create a maven project in Eclipse will be great otherwise I will tell you here how to create a maven project in Eclipse.

Prerequisites

The following configurations are required in order to run the application

Eclipse Kepler
JDK 1.7
Tomcat 7
Have maven installed and configured
JAX-WS dependencies in pom.xml

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