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Core Security Patterns: Best Practices and Strategies for J2EE™, Web Services, and Identity Management by Ray Lai, Ramesh Nagappan, Christopher Steel

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Chapter 11. Securing Web Services–Design Strategies and Best Practices

Web services provide XML standards-based technology for developing and deploying application components. They provide an ideal infrastructure solution for delivering cross-platform application-to-application communication and integration. Web services are increasingly used for enabling inter-enterprise communication, workflow, and collaboration, and for integrating business applications over a network. Enabling XML Web services enables interoperability among applications developed using heterogeneous environments such as J2EE, ...

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