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Secure token service ( STS ) implementation for a soap webservice

 
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Hi,

We need to make our webservice secure(WS-Trust) for which we are planning to implement a Secure token service (STS) which will generate
the token after users authentication (after validating who he claims to be with his certificate or credentials).
The token generate will be SAML(Secure assertion markup language) which will contain the token information and which i need to
pass on to the actual webservice and which will validate the token and then respond to my webservice request.

There is very little on the internet there is more on the behaviorial information of STS rather than actual sample implementation.

Can anybody give me some hint on how should i go for it asap?
Thanks in advance
 
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For guys who have reached on this page . Here is the SAML example i could find on google although it is part of STS application development below link at list give you a feel of how SAML works.

https://developers.google.com/google-apps/sso/saml_reference_implementation_web#samlReferenceImplementationWebCodeStructure
You may find the source Code zip on below location .(You can set up the project in eclipse as dynamic web project ) This is basically a single sign on example based on SAML
https://code.google.com/p/google-apps-sso-sample/downloads/detail?name=sso-sample-1.0.1-java.zip&can=1&q=
 
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