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You may want to look into the Global XML Web Services Architecture
(GXA), whose specifications are written by Microsoft, IBM, Verisign,
SAP, RSA, and BEA Systems. This includes WS-Security, along with
approximately 13 other specifications (plus some yet-to-be-released).
The attached PPT is a presentation on GXA that I am going to give to a
Federal audience in the coming months (it's already been posted
publicly) - not many pictures but hopefully the concepts will be
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"Simon St.Laurent" wrote:
> Does anyone know of a current and hopefully complete picture of the
> (SOAP) Web Services stack? I'm trying to explain the pieces and the
> players at the moment and finding that it's difficult once you get
> beyond SOAP/WSDL/UDDI. Part of that is interplay between the
> specifications, part of it is competing specifications, and part of it
> is sheer overload.
> IBM developerWorks has a good piece at:
> Sadly, it's IBM-centric, eight months old, and doesn't get into
> exciting things like choreography.
> There's also this one, but it doesn't mention security:
> The WS-I Overview (remember, no quiet enjoyment!) talks about profiling
> stacks but doesn't quite define what it's profiling:
> All suggestions are welcome. Mostly I just want pictures, preferably
> ones that look more like a stack and less like people playing catch.
> Simon St.Laurent
> Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
> Errors, errors, all fall down!
> http://simonstl.com -- http://monasticxml.org
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