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Web Services Coordination (WS- Coordination)
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This specification (WS-Coordination) describes an extensible framework for providing protocols that coordinate the actions of distributed applications. Expand
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User authentication and authorization in the Java/sup TM/ platform
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We introduce the Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS), a framework and programming interface that augments the Java/sup TM/ platform with both user-based authentication and access control capabilities. Expand
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The Security Architecture for Open Grid Services
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This paper proposes a comprehensive Grid security architecture that supports, integrates and unifies popular security models, mechanisms, protocols, platforms and technologies in a way that enables a variety of systems to interoperate securely. Expand
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Web Services Atomic Transaction (WS- AtomicTransaction)
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This specification provides the definition of the atomic transaction coordination type that is to be used with the extensible coordination framework described in the WSCoordination specification. Expand
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Web Services Security ( WS-Security ) Version 1 . 0 05 April 2002
WS-Security describes enhancements to SOAP messaging to provide quality of protection through message integrity, message confidentiality, and single message authentication. These mechanisms can beExpand
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Enterprise Java 2 Security: Building Secure and Robust J2EE Applications
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Enterprise Java(TM) Security: Building Secure J2EE(tm) Applications provides application developers and programmers with the know-how they need to utilize the latest Java security technologies in building secure enterprise infrastructures. Expand
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Business-driven application security: From modeling to managing secure applications
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We use a pragmatic approach to identify intersection points between the platform-independent modeling of security policies and their concrete articulation and enforcement. Expand
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Security challenges for Enterprise Java in an e-business environment
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As e-business matures, companies require enterprise-scalable functionality for their corporate Internet and intranet environments. Expand
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Securing Web services
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In this paper we propose a mechanism for the client to provide authentication data, based on the service definition, and for the service provider to retrieve those data. Expand
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