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Some questions on securing a web service on a per method basis.

Steve Vittoria
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Joined: Jan 12, 2005
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Hi everyone,

I'm working with JBoss 4.3, and I've already been able to secure my web service with the following code...



That works fine, but is it possible with JBoss 4.3 to secure a web service at the method level? So basically some clients can only access getPatientName, while other clients can access getPatientAddress.

My other question, can I provide my client with a WSDL file that hides some of the methods, so that the client cannot even see the methods that he/she doesn't have access to?

Again, keep in mind that I'm using JBoss EAP 4.3.

Thanks everyone!
 
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