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Securing Web Services with Java

Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, 2nd Edition
Building Web Services with SOAP, XML, and UDDI assumes proficiency with Java and with distributed computing tools. Throughout the book, examples will be presented using Java and the Apache SOAP platform, although a set of sidebars will address .NET development, which Microsoft developers will use to deploy Web services. The book uses progressive disclosure to present an increasingly complex project as it moves through its development cycle. The final section of the book presents linking the completed project with other systems built in J2EE and .NET.

Chapter 9: Securing Web Services
First, we get a walk-through of security basics along with Web Services-specific security. Then the focus shifts to more specific issues like trust, security policies, Enterprise security, authorization and security services. It also has a dedicated section for J2EE security.

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Reproduced from the book "Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, 2nd Edition," ISBN 0672326418, Copyright 2004. Written permission from SAMS Publishing is required for all other uses. Copyright © 2005 SAMS. All rights reserved.

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This was first published in March 2006

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