Re: JWSDP1.4 new features

From: Marc Hadley <Marc.Hadley_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2004 14:43:50 -0400

On Jul 12, 2004, at 2:20 PM, Dennis Sosnoski wrote:

> If JAX-RPC only supports Attachments Profile 1.0 I'd think the
> attachment support is not all that useful, since AFAIK .NET only
> supports their DIME alternative. It's really annoying that MS hasn't
> added support for SwA, too. Perhaps now that Sun and MS are working
> together on interoperability issues (from what I remember of the April
> Fools settlement) you can nudge them on this? ;-)
I suspect that nudges from their customer base would carry more weight.
The Attachment Profile 1.0 was worked out under the auspices of WS-I
(the Web Services Interoperability Organization) and is being
implemented by most other vendors that I am aware of.


> Anita Jindal wrote:
>> Hi Guadalupe,
>> JAX-RPC in JWSDP 1.4 supports WS-I BP 1.1 w/ Attachments Profile 1.0.
>> With this
>> you should be able to send large messages using attachments. You can
>> refer to the
>> JWSDP 1.4 tutorial available at http:.//
>> for more information and examples.
>> The XWS Security shipped with JWSDP 1.4, provides message level
>> security, and enables
>> one to send secure SOAP messages. The implementation is conformant
>> to Web Services
>> Security standard as being defined by the OASIS.
>> - Anita
>> Guadalupe Ortiz wrote:
>>> I still need time to read about the ew features in JWSDP-1.4, but I
>>> am very
>>> interested in two of them and I would be gartefull if any of you have
>>> already studied/used them to make me a litle summary:
>>> * I think I have read somewhere that it provides a new way to attach
>>> information/documents to JAX-rpc messages/services. I would like to
>>> know if
>>> that is right and what exactly it provides.
>>> * About compatibility with WS_Security, what does it means exactly?
>>> Which
>>> type of security it offers? Message level? Is it easy to apply?
>>> And finally, what does exactly mean the capability of using JDBC
>>> rowsets
>>> with jwsdp1.3?
>>> Thank-you very much, any comments are briefly gratefull
>>> Gobellot
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