Friday Jun 12, 2009

A Common Ant Build File for Metro-Based Services and Clients

This Tech Tip describes the contents and operation of a common ant build file that simplifies the task of building and testing Metro-based services. [Read More]

Friday Nov 14, 2008

Tech Tips Quiz

Here's a short quiz that tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent Tech Tips. [Read More]

Tuesday Oct 14, 2008

Using WS-Trust Support in Metro to Secure Web Services

This tip focuses on the support in Metro for WS-Trust. You will learn the basics of WS-Trust and its Security Token Service (STS) framework. You'll also learn about the support in Metro for WS-Trust and STS. And you'll see how easy it is to take advantage of this support to secure a web service using Metro and the NetBeans IDE.[Read More]

Monday Sep 29, 2008

Securing Attachments With Metro 1.3

In this tip, you will learn how to secure a SOAP Messages with Attachments (SwA) attachment using the Metro 1.3 web services stack.[Read More]

Friday May 16, 2008

Tech Tips Quiz

Here's a short quiz that tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent Tech Tips. You can find the answers at the end of the quiz.[Read More]

Friday Mar 28, 2008

Secure Conversations for Web Services With Metro

In this tip, you'll learn the basics of WS-SecureConversation, a web services specification designed to enable secure communication between web services. The tip also presets an example that demonstrates how to enable secure conversations for a web service through the WS-SecureConversation support in Metro. [Read More]

Tuesday Jan 29, 2008

Building Kerberos-Based Secure Services Using Metro

This Tech Tip shows how to build secure web services and clients using the Kerberos support in Metro. [Read More]

Friday Oct 26, 2007

Testing Interoperability Between Metro and .NET

Web Services Interoperability Technology (WSIT) is an implementation of open web services technologies that enables interoperability between Java EE and .NET. WSIT along with Java API for XML-Based Services (JAX-WS) comprise the stack of web services technologies in GlassFish v2. The web services stack in GlassFish v2 is called Project Metro or Metro for short. In this tip, you'll build and run an interoperability test in which a Metro-based client communicates with a .NET Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)-based service.[Read More]
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