Creating Secured Webservice

Webserivces are one of the best methods to communicate 2 systems. Data is transmitted between the system over the network needs to be safe. Webservices security is very important.

Here are some of the links that will be useful for implementing the webservice security. Later I will post the detailed steps for the implementing the webservice security.

Oracle Support documents

E-IB: How to Implement WS Encryption for Inbound Web Services Security (Doc ID 661275.1)
E-IB: How to Setup Inbound WS-Security Processing Using SAML Token in Integration Broker (Doc ID 1322740.1)
E-PORTAL: WSRP Red Paper For PeopleTools 8.49-8.50 (Doc ID 1073454.1)
E-SEC: Does Peoplesoft Support the Securty Assertion Markup Lanuage (SAML) Directly? (Doc ID 623055.1)

PeopleBook Links

Home > PeopleBooks > Enterprise PeopleTools 8.50 PeopleBook: Integration Broker Administration > Setting Up Secure Integration Environments > Understanding WS-Security Processing using SAML Tokens


Home > PeopleBooks > Enterprise PeopleTools 8.50 PeopleBook: PeopleTools Portal Technology > Configuring WS-Security For WSRP Consumption and Production > Determining Security Requirements

Home > PeopleBooks > Enterprise PeopleTools 8.50 PeopleBook: Integration Broker Administration > Setting Up Secure Integration Environments > Understanding WS-Security Processing using SAML Tokens

Home > PeopleBooks > Enterprise PeopleTools 8.50 PeopleBook: Integration Broker Administration > Setting Up Secure Integration Environments> Understanding WS-Security Processing using Username Tokens

Prerequisites for Implementing WS-Security in PeopleSoft Integration Broker Implementing WS-Security for Inbound Integrations (Username Tokens)

 

1 comments:

  1. Eva Lona said,

    Good mypeoplesoft post. Really usefull.

    on November 11, 2013 at 7:11 AM