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Allow user to configure multiple security policies using one SOAP input node.
System: Enterprise common services.
Actor: Partners and customers.
Description: ADESA needs to implement many commonly used Webservices using SOAP input node with security enabled in message broker to allow various applications to access them. Part of the requirement is to allow multiple security policies so that the consumer application can call using their native security policy. With the current version of message broker (v188.8.131.52) we tried to configure WS-Security using username/password token and Kerberos ticket. The configuration allowed the application to use both security policies together and did not choose one based on the incoming message but the requirement is to allow the consumer to call using any one of the security policies and not both. With a PMR with IBM we learnt that this feature is not supported in the broker yet and we would like to request this feature enabled so that we do not have to expose multiple soap input nodes and different endpoint for each security policy.
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