Web Services Interoperability Technology - plugin detail

Web Services Interoperability Technology (aka WSIT) Support is a NetBeans module suite that enables creation of Web Services and WS clients interoperable with MS .Net using WSIT. WSIT is part of METRO Web service stack, and is aiming at delivering interoperability with MS Windows Communication Foundation (aka WCF). WSIT NetBeans modules make it very easy for developers to leverage the power of the WSIT. In just a few clicks developers can configure various aspects of the service, such as Security or QoS (whether Reliable Messaging should be used or not, etc).

NetBeans Plugin - Web Services Interoperability Technology
Plugin owner: mgrebac
Website: http://websvc.netbeans.org/wsit/
Added: 2008-01-24
License: CDDL
Category: Enterprise Applications
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Introduction

Web Services Interoperability Technology Support (aka WSIT) is a NetBeans module suite that enables creation of Web Services and WS clients interoperable with MS .Net using Web Services Interoperability Technology. WSIT is part of METRO Web service stack, and is aiming at delivering interoperability with MS Windows Communication Foundation (aka WCF) in the following areas:
  • Messaging
    • SOAP: Support for the SOAP wire protocol is built into JAX-WS.
    • MTOM: JAX-WS also includes support for Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) for optimizing the wire format of SOAP messages.
    • WS-Addressing: supports normalized web service addresses, enabling multiple transports to be used (besides HTTP).
  • Metadata
    • WSDL: Support for the Web Services Description Language is built into JAX-WS
    • WS-Policy: Policies express and handle requirements and capabilities of web service consumers and providers
    • WS-MetadataExchange: "WS-MEX" is a protocol to enable a consumer to obtain a service's metadata (i.e., its WSDL and policies). Think of it as a bootstrap mechanism for communication.
  • Security
    • WS-SecurityPolicy: Defines specific policies (i.e., assertions) that describe how messages are secured.
    • WS-Security: Provides message content integrity and confidentiality (even in the presence of intermediaries).
    • WS-Trust: Provides methods for issuing, renewing, and validating security tokens used by WS-Security. It also provides ways to establish and broker trust relationships.
    • WS-SecureConversation: Can be viewed as a security optimization (i.e., better message level security and efficiency in multiple-message exchanges).
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
    • WS-ReliableMessaging: Enables a messaging system to recover from failures caused by messages that are lost or misordered in transit.
    • WS-Coord: A framework for providing protocols that coordinate the actions of distributed applications. Used by WS-AtomicTransactions.
    • WS-AtomicTransactions: Supports two phase commit semantics such that either all operations invoked within an atomic transaction succeed or are all rolled back.

WSIT NetBeans modules make it very easy for developers to leverage the power of the WSIT. In just a few clicks developers can configure various aspects of the service, such as Security or QoS (whether Reliable Messaging should be used or not, etc).

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