When designing components for a SOA landscape (or any multiprocess system), the primary concern is with the communication behavior of the component: how messages are passed to and from the component and in what order, what those messages are and what constitutes a valid message and what doesn’t. When the time comes to implement the [...]
There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about Web Service security. Using password authentication doesn’t prevent unauthorized users to access your data, while SSL / HTTPS doesn’t give you any information about who is trying to access your services. And did you ever think of signing you messages with a digital signature?
In my [...]
If you want to make an omelette… you have to shoot some ducks! A counterpoint to Arjen Poutsma’s WS-DuckTyping
Author’s note: this was actually an article written by me for a different publication some time back. However, this is its first publication.
In his blog on WS-DuckTyping, Arjen Poutsma gives some tips on using [...]