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I will be using JRun's built-in authentication process for the webservice I am setting up but we also want to check to make sure that the client is a known ip address. Where and how do I specify the ip addresses that can call my web service?
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I'm afraid there's no standard way of doing an IP check for a web service so you're dependent on whatever hooks JRun's web services engine provides for implementing that feature.
 
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Donna_Reschke,
We don't have many rules at Javaranch, but our naming policy is one of them. We would like you to continue posting, but would you please change your display name first?. Thanks.
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