Configure Web Services Security with WebSphere, Part 1, HTTPS, .NET, and UsernameToken

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Tony Cowan

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: April 13, 2005

In Part 1 of this two-part tutorial, you'll learn how to use IBM® WebSphere® Studio Application Developer V5.1.2 (hereafter called Application Developer) to secure a Web service using transport-level security (HTTPS), and how to access it from Java™ 2 Extended Edition (J2EE), Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) and .Net clients. We'll then add a UsernameToken, digital signatures and encryption in a Web services security header and invoke them from a J2EE client.

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Zone=WebSphere, SOA and web services
ArticleTitle=Configure Web Services Security with WebSphere: Part 1, HTTPS, .NET, and UsernameToken