On 6 Mar, 14:03, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> On 6 Mar, 16:40, "jon" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Any thoughts on these issues at large? Does anybody have any resources
> > they know of that address WS-* PHP implementation? I am interested in
> > starting a discussion about these issues, and of course this may be
> > the wrong venue, but please contact me if you are interested in
> > talking about this, or if any of the PHP SOA team members have
> > thoughts as well.
For now, you can use the code I have written for WS-Security and WS-
Addressing (find it at http://www.cdatazone.org/ in the code section).
I am still working on the XML Encryption though I do have it working
from the soap client right now (not yet released code).
The stuff has been tested against many different SOAP implementations
such as .NET and a few different Java servers.
> It would be really good to bring this policy idea into our PHP
> implementation somehow. I.e. simply allow developers to say that they
> want a binding to be secure or reliable or transactional. I'm afraid
> we haven't started this to date. As with everything it's a matter of
Simon, I dont know how easy this really would be. I too have been
thinking about this lately (strictly in respect to SOAP as I'm not
sure if you are thinking about more binding types). For example, SCA
leverages ext/soap right now. As you may see from the work I have done
with some of the WS-* stack on ext/soap, its not a simple plug and
play. Also, in regards to the SOAP header, many of these cant simply
be done with the ext/soap header support. Take XML DSig (this is the
most used WS-Security feature people using my stuff use). The entire
SOAP envelope needs to have been constructed in order to generate the
signature in many cases.
If the axis2 stuff is ever released and proves itself, maybe down the
road it could be leveraged (they claim to do everything), but until
then you would need to do similar functionality to what I do now.
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