It focuses on administrative security and application security, which were previously known as global security. External components include third-party security servers, messaging clients and servers, and database servers. Introduction to this book Chapter 2. Administrative security Chapter 4. Security attribute propagation Chapter Part 2 introduces additional components from the enterprise environment and discusses security beyond the application server. WebSphere Application Server V6.
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It presents the major building blocks on which Web services rely. Here, well-defined standards and new concepts are presented and discussed. While these concepts are described as vendor independent, this book also presents the IBM view and illustrates with suitable demonstration applications how Web services can be implemented using IBM WebSphere Application Server 6. The new book covers the latest specifications in regard to Web services and Web services security.
This book is structured into three parts: Part 1 presents the underlying concepts, architectures, and specifications for the use of Web services. Part 2 shows how Web services can be implemented and deployed using the latest IBM products.
Here, we introduce the weather forecast application, which we use in many ways to demonstrate these concepts and features. Table of contents Part 1. Web services concepts Chapter 1. Web services introduction Chapter 2. Web services standards Chapter 3. Web services security Chapter 9. Web services interoperability Chapter Web services architectures Chapter Best practices Part 2.
Implementing and using Web services Chapter IBM products for Web services Chapter Sample application: Weather forecast Chapter Development overview Chapter Develop Web services with Application Server Toolkit 6. Test and monitor Web services Chapter Command-line tools, Ant, and multiprotocol binding Part 3.
Advanced Web services techniques Chapter Web services and the service integration bus Chapter WS-Notification Chapter Web services interoperability tools and examples Chapter Securing Web services Chapter Web services caching Appendix A. Installation and setup Appendix B. Additional material.
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