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Run Axis client over SSL

 
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Hey fellow Java Coders,

From what Ive understood a basic web services client using Axis support classes could look as follows:



My question is:
What steps are necessary to make this client run over SSL with 128 bits encryption?

Thanks in advance!

Kind regards
[ January 22, 2008: Message edited by: Dominic Steng�rd ]
 
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The J2EE Security for Servlets, EJB and Web Services sample chapter Chapter 11: Web Service Security describes the necessary steps in "SSL Security for Web Services" (page 16).

Some additional information can be found in the Java Web Services in a Nutshell sample chapter SAAJ under "setting up the client system" (page 156).
 
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