Create secure Java applications productively, Part 2

Maximize security in your Java Web application with Rational AppScan

From the developerWorks archives

Dave Whitelegg

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: May 04, 2008

This is the second in a two-part tutorial series on creating secure Java®-based Web applications using Rational® Application Developer, Data Studio and Rational AppScan. In Part 1 you developed a Java Web application with Rational Application Developer, and then deployed the application on WebSphere Application Server with Java Server Pages (JSP). This tutorial shows you how to scan the Wealth application created in Part 1 using Rational AppScan to discover and fix all known Web security vulnerabilities. It also shows how to re-scan your application and generate reports.

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