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How to access Secure web method

 
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Hi,

I am new to Web services,

Can any one explain me,

how to access secure web services method from a client java file.
i used to create Client Jar with Apache Axis1_4

Thanks in advance


Kalai.
 
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What does "secure" mean - SSL? Basic authentication? WS-Security authentication? Something else?
 
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yes, SSL only


thanks
Kalai.
 
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Using SSL doesn't have much to do with web services per so, and more with properly setting up the client and server. The rough steps are: 1) SSL-enable the server, 2) install the server certificate in the client JRE, 3) use an HTTPS URL instead of an HTTP URL.

Note that SSL is outdated for encrypting web services, though. These day, the proper way to do that is to use WS-Security (which Axis' Rampart module implements).
 
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