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How To Remove WS-Security Tokens From a SOAP Message
It is often good practice to then strip out the WS-Security blocks containing items like tokens and signatures
By: Mark O'Neill
Sep. 14, 2009 07:30 AM
After you've validated a UsernameToken, or checked an XML Signature, it is often good practice to then strip out the WS-Security blocks containing items like tokens and signatures, before sending them downstream to a Web Service. In some cases, you are stripping these out because you don't want the password to remain in the message. In other cases, you may know that the downstream Web Service will choke on the WS-Security block. It also makes the message smaller.
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