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Web services security

anas ibraheem

Joined: Oct 01, 2010
Posts: 9

i am new to web services , i have developed a small web service using jax-ws and i want clients of this web service to send user name and password in each soap message they send to my service , so how can i do that with https and basic authentication , is it the same as securing any web page or does it require any addiational stuff that i should know about .

thank you
Peter Johnson

Joined: May 14, 2008
Posts: 5778

What version of JBoss AS? And which web services stack? If you are using JBoss AS 5.x and using the native stack (which is the default), then grab the free chapter 9 from JBoss in Action - section 9.4 has everything you need.

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