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Invocation of Webservices over https

mickey_lovely
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Hi,

How do one invoke a web service over https. What are the steps that need to be followed in order to make this happen?
If a code snippet can be provided then it would be great.

Thanks in Advance.
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maybe you can copy/paste samples from this URL:

http://edocs.bea.com/wls/docs81/security/SSL_client.html

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so you are talking about implementing webservices security. Before i give the code to you (ofcourse i don't have one), i got to ask you how did you implemented your webservices ?

JAX-RPC Client?
Apache-Axis?
SAAJ Client?

Here is the link which will guide you how to implement your security based on your implementation

http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200603/Journal200603.jsp#a2

I did implemented my webservices using Apache Axis, if you got any questions after reading the above article. I can help you with axis

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Hi all,
Thanks for your responses. I got the way out of it.
We need to create keystores at the client and at the server side. Using that keystore we can access the webservices over https.

Regards
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