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JavaBoutique: Using SOAP with Java

Monday Jul 29th 2002 by ServerWatch Staff

Brush up on how to use Java and SOAP together in this three part series. In Part 1, Samudra Gupta discusses the basic anatomy of SOAP, the installation of Apache SOAP 2.2 and configuration issues with Jakarta Tomcat 3.2.1 as well as how to develop, deploy and execute a very basic SOAP application.

Brush up on how to use Java and SOAP together in this three part series. In Part 1, Samudra Gupta discusses the basic anatomy of SOAP, the installation of Apache SOAP 2.2 and configuration issues with Jakarta Tomcat 3.2.1 as well as how to develop, deploy and execute a very basic SOAP application.

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Sun extends SOAP support across Sun ONE integrated product portfolio(Oct 23, 2001) ***************************** 2002-07-16 16:47:20 InternetNews.com: OASIS Demos SAML 1.0 The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) Monday demonstrated version 1.0 of Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), pushing the technology further to being adopted as a Web standard. This is important issue for Apache webmasters, as it will change data serving, Web services, and authentication issues.

The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) Monday demonstrated version 1.0 of Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), pushing the technology further to being adopted as a Web standard.

Pronounced "Sam-el," its XML-based framework helps secure transmitted communications over the Internet. SAML is also important because it defines mechanisms to exchange authentication, authorization and nonrepudiation information. That designation holds the key for allowing single sign-on capabilities for Web services.

The standard is now under review by the at-large OASIS membership for consideration. The group said the standard should be approved in the next voting cycle.

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