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Hi, I am working on a Proof of Concept. In which I have created a web service of calculator in java and a client in dotnet. Through dotnet client, we can access the functionality of web service. However I need to provide it with a digital certificate. So that before accessing service, we need to provide username and password ( that username and password will not be stored in any Databases or any where else). We have to achieve this by digital certificate or if there is any other method then please do let me know. The web service is made on Netbeans 6.1. can you please help
 
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