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   RE: [xml-dev] regd security while transmitting XML Data

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you could start by downloading the IBM Web Services Toolkit at
http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/webservicestoolkit/. This has a set of
technology previews for doing (I think) what you want. Here is the

"1 SOAP Encyption Demo
An encryption/decryption capability has been added to a SOAP message by
extending the SOAP header.

2 AXIS (Apache SOAP 3.0)
AXIS is the third generation of Apache SOAP. The WSTK now makes use of the
Apache AXIS (a.k.a. SOAP 3.0) open source project for its SOAP runtime

3 Digital Signature Demo
The Digital Signature support can be used to ensure non-repudiation of
message transmission among business partners. New handlers provide support
for digitally signing and signature verification of SOAP messages within
AXIS utilizing its handler chaining capability. The SOAP Security Extensions
whitepaper proposes a way to calculate a digital signature of a SOAP
Envelope and attach it to the SOAP Header.

4 AXIS Encyption Demo
Facility to encrypt/decrypt SOAP messages implemented as an AXIS handler.

5 XKMS (XML Key Management Specification) Demo
Managing keys is one of the significant challenges when attempting to
implement security. This demonstration implements a SOAP service conforming
to XKMS to help handle key management issues. "

John F Schlesinger
SysCore Solutions

-----Original Message-----
From: K.R.Vaidyanathan [mailto:vaidyanathan.khizhakancherry@wipro.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2002 3:48 AM
To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Subject: [xml-dev] regd security while transmitting XML Data


I wanted some information regarding how we can ensure a secure transfer of
XML data between 2 Businesses.
I have a real time translator, that works in the background, that should
transmit data over the internet in a secure manner using some authentication
and encryption technique.  I have no idea as to how to go about doing this.
Any help in this regards, in the form of reference or examples, would be

I need this piece of information urgently.

Thanks and Regards


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