i'm using JWSDP2 and XWS-Security.
I creating a WS(-application) and a WS-Client to test my web service.
The WS-Client is also done with JDWSDP2.
That's my (client) security info:
<xwss:Service conformance= "bsp">
<xwss:SecurityConfiguration dumpMessages="true" >
<xwss:UsernameToken digestPassword="true" useNonce="true"/>
My server needs the create timestamp(for password digest). If my JWSDP2-Client
creates it, it's working fine but it looks as follows:
But if i use Axis with xmlsec-1.3.0 as my client technology, it creates a
timestamp which is looking as the following line:
As you can see, XMLSEC of Apache includes milli seconds. That's why JWSDP on my
server creates this exception:
The creation time is ahead of the current time".
I think it's related to this bug report:
Please fix it. Can you notify me please, if this bug is fixed in a (nightly)