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Hi -

I noticed you have a chapter on security issues integrating .Net with J2EE. I also got the impression on your web site that maybe you're working on a separate book on .Net issues.

I'm curious - to what extent are the 'best practices' you discuss applicable to web services in general (J2EE and .Net)?

TIA .. PSM
 
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Originally posted by Paul Santa Maria:
Hi -

I noticed you have a chapter on security issues integrating .Net with J2EE. I also got the impression on your web site that maybe you're working on a separate book on .Net issues.

I'm curious - to what extent are the 'best practices' you discuss applicable to web services in general (J2EE and .Net)?

TIA .. PSM




Paul.,

Thanks for your interests.

This book intended for "Java/J2EE architects and developers" and "Security Enthusiasts" only. We have couple of Web services security patterns that discusses on the Secure Message routing and single sign-on delegation options using XML Security standards...that allows interoperability with Microsoft .NET.

Our Microsoft .NET security patterns effort is still in early stages...!

/Ramesh
 
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