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Sun to showcase WS-I Sample App at Burton Catalyst Conference

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At the upcoming

Burton Group's

Catalyst Conference
, WS-I is


hosting
an interoperability demo. Sun

Microsystems
will be showcasing the WS-I


Sample Application
that supports the


Basic Security Profile 1.0
(BSP1.0) on the evening of June 28, 2007

at the Hilton San Francisco. This version of Sample Application is built

using WSIT integrated in

GlassFish V2.

The BSP1.0 defines clarifications to a set of non-proprietary

specifications
to promote interoperability of secure Web services. In
addition to BSP1.0, the Web services stack in GlassFish V2 is fully compliant
with Basic Profile
1.0
(BP1.0),
Basic
Profile 1.0 Errata
,
Basic Profile 1.1
(BP1.1),
Simple
SOAP Binding Profile 1.0
(SSBP1.0),
Attachments
Profile 1.0
(AP1.0), and
Basic
Security Profile 1.0
.







The Sample Application is a sample Supply Chain Management scenario

that consists of a 8 Web service endpoints - Retailer, 3 Warehouses (A,

B, C), 3 Manufacturers (A, B, C) and a LoggingFacility. This application

demonstrates both B2C and

B2B scenarios. Each Web

service endpoint can be hosted using a different vendor's

implementation. For example Retailer endpoint can be deployed using

WSIT integrated in

GlassFish V2, Warehouse

endpoint on Novell's stack and LoggingFacility endpoint on SAP's stack.

And because the business flow between different endpoints and stock

levels at each of the Warehouse and Manufacturer is clearly defined,

this application has the potential of showing multiple vendors

interoperating with each other.

I was member of the first Sample Application team that delivered

Use Cases
,

Architecture
and

Usage Scenarios
. It was a lot of fun getting the basic interoperability
working (and of course attending plenaries at exotic locations ;-)

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  • Arun Gupta's Blog Monday, July 2, 2007
    [Trackback] As mentioned earlier, Sun Microsystems participated in an interoperability demo showcasing  the WS-I Sample Application that supports the Basic Security Profile 1.0 (BSP1.0) at Burton Group's Catalyst Conference 2007 last week. Jiandong reported ...
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