Glen Mazza's Weblog

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20180304 Sunday March 04, 2018

Replacing JAX-WS handlers with Apache CXF interceptors

Summary: This article shows how to use Apache CXF interceptors as an alternative to JAX-WS handlers for web service providers and SOAP clients.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 06:00AM Mar 04, 2018 | Comments[0]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20180225 Sunday February 25, 2018

Adding JAX-WS handlers to SOAP web services and clients

Summary: JAX-WS handlers provide a way to factor out functionality common for multiple SOAP web service providers and clients. Learn how to add JAX-WS handlers to your Apache CXF-based solutions.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM Feb 25, 2018 | Comments[0]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20170507 Sunday May 07, 2017

Tracing SOAP calls with Wireshark

Summary: Learn how to use the Wireshark network analyzer to read your SOAP requests and responses over the wire.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM May 07, 2017 | Comments[0]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20170423 Sunday April 23, 2017

Using Message-Layer Encryption to protect UsernameToken credentials

Summary: See how UsernameToken credentials for SOAP requests can be encrypted via message-layer encryption instead of transport-layer SSL.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM Apr 23, 2017 | Comments[0]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20170409 Sunday April 09, 2017

Using X.509 security with Apache CXF

This article shows how Apache CXF SOAP requests and responses can be encrypted using WS-Security's X.509 Token Profile (mutual certificates).

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM Apr 09, 2017 | Comments[1]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20170402 Sunday April 02, 2017

Using UsernameToken security with Apache CXF

Summary: Learn how to use the WS-Security UsernameToken profile with Apache CXF-based web services.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM Apr 02, 2017 | Comments[0]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20170326 Sunday March 26, 2017

Activating Transport Layer Security (SSL) for CXF web services

Summary: This tutorial shows how to deploy and call a Tomcat-hosted Apache CXF web service that uses SSL.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM Mar 26, 2017 | Comments[1]

https://glenmazza.net/blog/date/20170312 Sunday March 12, 2017

Creating a WSDL-first web service with Apache CXF

Summary: This tutorial shows how to create a start-from-WSDL web service using Apache CXF along with a SOAP client to call that web service. Apache Maven is used as the build and run tool for this sample.

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Posted by Glen Mazza in Web Services at 07:00AM Mar 12, 2017 | Comments[0]


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