By Prakash Yamuna-Oracle on Nov 14, 2012
Not much blogging the past few months as I have been a bit busy with my day job!
In the meantime I thought I would share a blog post from Vinay on OWSM that people may find useful. Happy reading!
As promised in this post, here is a How-To that describes how to secure a simple HelloWorld JAX-WS with OWSM message protection policy and test it with SOAP UI.
The How-To reuses the picture I posted earlier about the relationship and interplay b/w Keystore, Credential store, jps-config.xml ,etc.
One of the other more frequent requests I hear from folks within Oracle and customers is how to test OWSM with SOAP UI. SOAP UI in general works very well as testing tool for web services secure with wss10 policies.
Finally I have figured out a mechanism to host some How To's that I can share on this blog and here is my first How To on Field level encryption (partial encryption) using OWSM 11g.
I hope to post more How To's in the future...Comments welcome.
A few bookkeeping rules:
a) This is not part of official documentation from Oracle.
b) The steps may change from one version to another - so please keep that in mind. I have not tested this against all versions of the product - but I expect it to work with the versions I mentioned in the pdf.
In this blog I will discuss mainly features supported by Oracle Web Service Manager (OWSM).