Archiv der Kategorie: Weblogic Server

Using JMS Unit-of-Order in a High Availability Environment

Abstract   The WLS JMS Unit-of-Order feature (UOO) is well documented in various papers and blogs; it mainly enables numerous message producer to group messages into a single unit that is processed sequentially in the order the messages were created. … Weiterlesen

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IT-Security (Part 7): WebLogic Server, Roles, Role Mapping and Configuring a Role Mapping Provider

Key words: IT-Security, WebLogic Server, Authorization, authorization process, Role Mapping, Roles and  XACML Role Mapping Provider Let’s continue with Authorization topic. We discussed about the Authorization Process and its main components such as WebLogic Security Framework and Security Provider. Now, … Weiterlesen

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IT-Security (Part 6): WebLogic Server and Authorization

Key words: IT-Security, WebLogic Server, WebLogic Security Framework, Authorization, authorization process, Role Mapping, Roles, Adjudication Process, Security Service Provider Interfaces (SSPIs), Users, Groups, Principals and Subjects We discussed about Authentication in Part 4 and 5[1]; now let us focus on … Weiterlesen

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You’ve Got Mail: Inbound Email Processing in WLS/OSB integration scenarios

In an integration project we are currently replacing an available integration platform using Oracle Service Bus 11g. Different incoming and outgoing message formats and protocols (HTTP, FTP, SMTP, etc.) are used from the external partners of our customer and therefore … Weiterlesen

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JAX-WS: How to input and output XML AnyType

JAX-WS works in a very simple and effective way if you have defined all objects in a XML Schema definition. But sometimes you can’t define a schema for an operation because e.g. it is a generic operation and accepts or … Weiterlesen

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IT-Security: Part 1 to 5 as PDF file

Key words:IT-Security, Security Challenges, OPSS Architecture, WebLogic Server, JAAS, JAAS LoginModules, Authentication, Basic Authentication, Certificate Authentication, Digest Authentication, perimeter Authentication and Identity Assertion Until now I have published five parts of a series of articles on IT-Security and Oracle Fusion … Weiterlesen

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IT-Security (Part 5): WebLogic Server, perimeter Authentication and Identity Assertion

I tried to discuss about “perimeter authentication” in one extra part of IT-Security’s blogs, because this authentication’s process is an essential approach in a heterogonous world of systems, applications and technologies that they need to trust and communicate to each … Weiterlesen

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