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zb cong
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hello
i have developed a webservice module,pack it as standalone ear file to deploy it on websphere,it works well,but know the website will be updated to use the CA
zb cong
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sorry,post again:
i have developed a webservice module,pack it as standalone ear file to deploy it on websphere,it works well,but know the website will be updated to use the CA certificate(use ssl),do i need to modify my webservice code,this is my first time to use the CA certificate,i am not familiar with it,help me,thank you!
Ramesh Nagappan
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Joined: May 06, 2003
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Originally posted by zb cong:
hello
i have developed a webservice module,pack it as standalone ear file to deploy it on websphere,it works well,but know the website will be updated to use the CA

Could you add some specifics about your Web services implementation etc...Did you use JAX-RPC ?
If you follow JAX-RPC, then you may find this link useful:
http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.1/tutorial/doc/WebAppSecurity6.html


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