RE: [soapbuilders] How to get rid of the default namespace .NET adds to a SOAP message ?
- Thanks for the quick reply. That was really helpful. Was kind of lost and was lookin' into options of overriding the default namespace. I am not sure how my client has implemented their web service part. Have to check with them.Thanks again.kaushik
Kirill Gavrylyuk <kirillg@...> wrote:
WSE2.0 supports the OASIS 1.0 version of WS-Security. 2003/06 is an old
namespace that represents an interim WS-Security draft semantically very
different from the final 1.0 version.
You can't just substitute the WS-Security namespace uri from 1.0 to
2003/06 - these are different protocols.
What are you using on the other side? There are plenty of Java and C++
tools that support WS-Security 1.0 and interoperate with WSE2.0 - can
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Subject: [soapbuilders] How to get rid of the default namespace .NET
adds to a SOAP message ?
I am trying to send a SOAP message to a server using WSE. I
am constructing the message using "SOAPENVELOPE" class and sending the
message using the "SOAPCLIENT" class (I am using
the "SendRequestResponse" method of the class).
After constructing the message, .NET adds some extra
information(some namespaces, elements) in the "Header" and "Envelope"
section of the SOAP message.
One of the namespaces which it adds is "xmlns:wsse=http://docs.oasis-
the server I am sending it to is
expecting "xmlns:wsse=http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2003/06/secext". I
am not sure how to change the default setting which .NET adds to the
Please help me out.
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