Configuring SOAP Client for Axis2

This tutorial shows the way internet banking (or other “master front-end application”) developers integrate with PowerAuth Server.

Prerequisites For the Tutorial

  • Running PowerAuth Server with available SOAP interface.
  • Knowledge of Java EE applications based on JAX-RS.
  • Software: IDE - Spring Tool Suite, Java EE Application Server (Pivotal Server, Tomcat, …)

Integration Manual

Add a Maven Dependency

To add a PowerAuth support in your application, add Maven dependency for PowerAuth RESTful Client module in your pom.xml file:


Configure PowerAuth SOAP Service Client

In order to connect to the correct PowerAuth Server, you need to add following producer class:

public class PowerAuthBeanFactory {

    public PowerAuthServiceClient buildClient() {
        try {
            return new PowerAuthServiceClient("http://localhost:8080/powerauth-java-server/soap");
        } catch (AxisFault axisFault) {
            return null;


Make sure to set the correct path to the PowerAuth Server SOAP endpoint.

Setting Up Credentials

//TODO: Describe SOAP client WS-Security configuration

Note: For SOAP interface, PowerAuth Server uses WS-Security, UsernameToken validation (plain text password). The RESTful interface is secured using Basic HTTP Authentication (pre-emptive).

Using the PowerAuth SOAP Client

In order to use a PowerAuthServiceClient instance, you can easily @Inject it in your class, for example in your resource class, like this:

@Path(value = "ib/settings")
public class IBSettingsResource {

    private PowerAuthServiceClient powerAuthServiceClient;

    // ... Resource code


PowerAuth Protocol Compatibility

The SOAP client supports two versions of PowerAuth protocol:

  • The version 3 methods are available as default implementation directly on the client class.
  • You can access the version 2 specific methods using the v2() method in the client. This method will be deprecated in a future release.

You can access the WSDL files in following URLs:

  • version 3: http://localhost:8080/powerauth-java-server/soap/serviceV3.wsdl
  • version 2: http://localhost:8080/powerauth-java-server/soap/serviceV2.wsdl

Using the SOAP Service Client

In order to use SOAP service client, follow our generic SOAP client service documentation and read the reference manual.

Last updated on May 29, 2019 (15:14) Edit on Github Send Feedback


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