Migrate the client-side extensions configuration

We can migrate the Web Services Security client-side extensions configuration for a Java EE Version 1.3 application to a Java EE Version 1.4 application.

The following table lists the mappings of the top-level sections under the client-side Security Extensions tab for Web Services Security from a Java EE Version 1.3 application to a Java EE Version 1.4 application.

Java EE Version 1.3 security extensions for Web Services Security Java EE Version 1.4 extensions for Web Services Security
Request Sender Configuration Request Generator Configuration
Response Receiver Configuration Response Consumer Configuration

Consider the following steps to migrate the client-side extensions configuration from a Java EE Version 1.3 application to a Java EE Version 1.4 application. These steps are dependent upon the specific configuration. The steps are based on typical scenarios, but the steps are not all-inclusive.


Results

This set of steps describe the types of information that we need to migrate the client-side extensions configuration for Web Services Security for a Java EE Version 1.3 application to a Java EE Version 1.4 application.


What to do next

Migrate the server-side bindings configuration for a Java EE Version 1.3 application to a Java EE Version 1.4 application. For more information, see Migrate the server-side bindings file.


Related tasks

  • Migrate the JAX-RPC server-side extensions configuration
  • Migrate the server-side bindings file
  • Migrate the client-side bindings file