But still I was presented a WSS exception, whenever the WS was called from soapUI. The article at String Digest Verification Failure in Java WS-Security client was pointing me in a direction of a workaround in the canonicalization section, where 0x0D/0x0A line terminations are discussed. I've created and successfully deployed a web service using NetBeans that implements WS-Security using "Username Authentication with Password Derived Key". The problem comes when I send a soap request to the service. In the EAR's holbrook-ne.com, I specify the realm as the standard file realm that comes with GlassFish. To this realm I have added a user for testing, belonging to a specific group. This group is mapped to the role I specified in holbrook-ne.com I also enabled the Security Manager in GlassFish, as well as auditing.
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