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Secure Web Services between .NET and Java

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We have an application written in Java that exposes web services. We have
many .Net 2.0 applications that need to access this data via web service.
However, we need to make sure the data sent between the two is encrypted.
How would this be possible? We can't use WSE 3.0 because java doesn't use
it. So would be use SSL for communications?

John Wright
Apr 25 '07 #1
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Ofcourse you can use WSE 3.0 You are dealing with webservices here for
cross-platform integration. What's java got to do with WSE anyway?

I believe you can use policy file with WSE3 to enforce security.
HTH

"John Wright" wrote:
We have an application written in Java that exposes web services. We have
many .Net 2.0 applications that need to access this data via web service.
However, we need to make sure the data sent between the two is encrypted.
How would this be possible? We can't use WSE 3.0 because java doesn't use
it. So would be use SSL for communications?

John Wright
Apr 30 '07 #2

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