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Signing SOAP Messages – Generation of Enveloped XML Signatures

Digital signing is a widely used mechanism to make digital contents authentic. By producing a digital signature for some content, we can let another party capable of validating that content. It can provide a guarantee that, is not ...
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Creating contract-first web services with Spring WS

1 Introduction This article explains how to implement and test a SOAP web service using the Spring Web Services project. This example uses JAXB2 for (un)marshalling. To develop the service, I’ll use the contract-first approach, ...
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Project Student: Webservice Integration

This is part of Project Student. Other posts are Webservice Client With Jersey, Webservice Server with Jersey, Business Layer, Persistence with Spring Data and Sharding Integration Test Data. Earlier we successfully ran integratio ...
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Building a SOAP Webservices Proxy Module using Spring Webservices

Some time ago I wanted to see how easy it is to write a web services proxy (wsproxy) using Spring Web Services. So, I thought I would share the result on Github. Feel free to use it (Apache v2 license) or let it serve as basis for ...
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WS-Security: using BinarySecurityToken for authentication

As we all know, one goal set by WS-Security is to enforce integrity and/or confidentially on SOAP messages. In case of integrity, the signature which is added to the SOAP message is the result of a mathematical process involving t ...
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Developing SOAP Web service using Apache CXF

In last post I walked through the steps for developing a simple RESTFull service using apache CXF.  In this post I will be talking about developing SOAP web service using CXF. Before moving forward let us understand few of the co ...
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Apache CXF – JAX-WS – Simple Tutorial

A lot of Java Developers out there sees task with Web Service implementation daunting – well, nobody can blame them really, especially that it brings a lot of  complexity in development and design over the years of enterprise a ...
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Implementing Entity Services using NoSQL – Part 5: Improving autonomy using the Cloud

In the previous posts I discussed how I went about building my SOA ‘Entity’ service for Products by using a combination of Java Web Services, Java EE and the CouchDB NoSQL database. In this final post in the series I’m going ...
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Web Service security and the human dimension of SOA roadmap

In most non-trivial SOA landscapes, keeping track of the constantly evolving integrations among systems can be hard unless there is in place a clearly identified way to publish and find the appropriate pieces of information. An ov ...
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JBoss Core Java Web Services

This blog post deals with Web Services. Well, to be more exact, it deals with ‘plain’ java web services on JBoss. That means we are going to create a web service without any additional frameworks (like CXF, Axis etc.). ...
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