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Web service Security

 
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Hi Ramesh,
Are there any special design patterns for security in webservice other the this Secure pipe pattern mentioned in your reply to my previous post.
 
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The book identifies three security patterns for ensuring Web services security - Message Interceptor Gateway, Message Inspector and Secure Message Router. To support Web services identity and access management...we introduced Assertion Builder (for SAML) and Credential Tokenizer patterns.

You should able to read the brief descriptions from the Patterns Catalog and the free chapter posted on the Web site.

We have 4 Chapters dedicated on Web services and related Security technologies.

/Ramesh
 
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