IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Introduction and Technical Overview

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Posted by Peter Swithinbank on 23 January 2012 at 10:30

"Secure Web Services (SOAP/HTTP over SSL):" (p11). I was a little uncertain about how to read this. Is the bit in parenthesis a description of Secure Web Services (in which case it is confusing), or a qualification, that secure web services are not implemented as such, but you can do SOAP over SSL? In the end I was not sure whether Secure Web Services was implemented, or whether, if secure web services was required, you could use SOAP over https.

Posted by Carla Sadtler on 24 January 2012 at 11:37

Hi Peter, the bullet means that if secure web services implementation is required you can use SOAP over HTTPs. I am changing the wording of the bullet to: Secure web services using SOAP/HTTP over SSL: Supports bilateral authentication, privacy, and integrity


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