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JMS Security

 
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I am currently implementing security with JMS. Could you provide some guidance/advice on the type of security I am dealing with? Thanks in advance and looking forward to your response.
[ January 10, 2006: Message edited by: Bhavesh Ravjee ]
 
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Implementing JMS security is very much vendor specific...and we did discuss in our book. The most common JMS security options are:

- Enabling JMS Provider authentication and access control
- JMS Queues and Topics protection, so that the desinations are available for access to privileged applications
- JMS Message-level (Using Encryption and Digital signatures) and Transport-layer security (Using SSL).

One word of caution, these options are NOT defined by JMS standard specifications so it depends upon your JMS provider.

Refer to Chapter 5 - J2EE Security Architecture.

Goodluck

/Ramesh
[ January 11, 2006: Message edited by: Ramesh Nagappan ]
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