Trying to get the username in the web service

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Trying to get the username in the web service

Michael Tyler - ISD
Folks,
 
What I am trying to do is build a way to track which user calls which operation within the service
 
I am attempting to determine what the username was that was setup in the rampart structure from within the web service.
 
From within the service_invoke function I am doing this:
 
                        conf_ctx = axis2_msg_ctx_get_conf_ctx( msg_ctx, env );
 
                        if( conf_ctx == NULL )
                        {
                                Log( "Failed to find configuration context" );
                        }
                        else
                        {
                                Log( "about to get axis2_conf_ctx_get_conf" );
 
                                conf = axis2_conf_ctx_get_conf( conf_ctx, env );
 
                                if( conf == NULL )
                                {
                                        Log( "Failed to get axis2_conf_ctx_get_conf" );
                                }
                                else
                                {
                                        Log( "about to get axis2_conf_get_security_context" );
 
                                        rampart_context =
                                                ( rampart_context_t * )axis2_conf_get_security_context(
                                                conf
                                                , env
                                        );
 
                                        if( rampart_context  == NULL )
                                        {
                                                Log( "Failed to find security param" );
                                        }
 
The rampart_context is NULL;
 
I have found this in axis2c/src/core/engine/conf.c
 
/* This is a hack to keep rampart_context at client side */
    void *security_context;
 
Is this possible?  Does anyone have an example?  Is this a security issue?
 
 
L. Michael Tyler, II
System Analyst - ISD Aps Dev Store Systems Services
Phone 479.277.2811
BlackBerry 479.420.3798
 
 
 


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RE: Trying to get the username in the web service

Michael Tyler - ISD

Ok, after many hours of work and searching to no avail thus prompting the email, I just found this.

 

http://wso2.org/library/3096

 

Guess I should have asked the question earlier! ;-)

 

 

L. Michael Tyler, II

System Analyst - ISD Aps Dev Store Systems Services

Phone 479.277.2811

BlackBerry 479.420.3798

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From: Michael Tyler - ISD
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2012 1:36 PM
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Subject: Trying to get the username in the web service

 

Folks,

 

What I am trying to do is build a way to track which user calls which operation within the service. 

 

I am attempting to determine what the username was that was setup in the rampart structure from within the web service.

 

From within the service_invoke function I am doing this:

 

                        conf_ctx = axis2_msg_ctx_get_conf_ctx( msg_ctx, env );

 

                        if( conf_ctx == NULL )

                        {

                                Log( "Failed to find configuration context" );

                        }

                        else

                        {

                                Log( "about to get axis2_conf_ctx_get_conf" );

 

                                conf = axis2_conf_ctx_get_conf( conf_ctx, env );

 

                                if( conf == NULL )

                                {

                                        Log( "Failed to get axis2_conf_ctx_get_conf" );

                                }

                                else

                                {

                                        Log( "about to get axis2_conf_get_security_context" );

 

                                        rampart_context =

                                                ( rampart_context_t * )axis2_conf_get_security_context(

                                                conf

                                                , env

                                        );

 

                                        if( rampart_context  == NULL )

                                        {

                                                Log( "Failed to find security param" );

                                        }

 

The rampart_context is NULL;

 

I have found this in axis2c/src/core/engine/conf.c

 

/* This is a hack to keep rampart_context at client side */

    void *security_context;

 

Is this possible?  Does anyone have an example?  Is this a security issue?

 

 

L. Michael Tyler, II

System Analyst - ISD Aps Dev Store Systems Services

Phone 479.277.2811

BlackBerry 479.420.3798

 

 

 


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