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WS-Security Username Token Profile is a simple authentication scheme for SOAP-webservices using username an password sent in the requests‘ WS-Security headers. The password is hashed using a salt and a timestamp (password digest) to prevent replay attacks. It is specified in this document. As this does not involve any message encryption it should not be used without transport encryption.
In this post I will show how I configured this for a webservice to be deployed on a recent Weblogic Server (18.104.22.168). Weiterlesen
Ursprünglich veröffentlicht auf change_on_install … an oracle blog :
If you are worried about your password showing up in clear text in the startup scripts, you can use the storeUserConfig command to generate encrypted userconfigFile and a userKeyFile…
Finding the right architectural integration approach for one’s business is becoming more important. One reason for this is the digitalisation. There are more and more devices like smartphones, IoT devices and gadgets but also applications and systems that communicate with … Weiterlesen
Intro Some time ago I started to get a look at MQTT and needed a broker to start with. Eclipse Mosquitto (http://mosquitto.org/) was a logical choice for a quick start and as I am a fan of docker containers for … Weiterlesen
As a result of our case management experience, we recently released a self-developed case management UI on GitHub to get a better introduction to case management and CMMN 1.1. Weiterlesen
While I was watching today a video of Jakob Freund talking about “Camunda in the cloud”, I understood better the simple process modelled by my colleagues and me a couple of days ago. In this speech at the BPMCon 2016 … Weiterlesen
If you want to structure your code with packages for different JAXB annotated classes, for example after generating JAXB from different WSDLs, do not try to define severall jaxb context elements in Mule ESB, as this is going to fail … Weiterlesen