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EJB WebServices

 
Serge Kurenkov
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We can create WebService using @WebService annotation on @Stateless bean. If we want to expose this web service to internet, we have to move application server to DMZ outside the second firewall? Isn't it a security breach?
 
Victor Alexeenko
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You don't have to. Just put HTTP proxy server in front of you application server. Proxy can reside inside of the DMZ and forward outside requests to the Web Service.
 
Serge Kurenkov
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Thank you, Victor.
This is a good idea.
 
ankur rathi
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What you guys are talking about???
 
Adam Czysciak
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ESB sounds better than a typical http proxy ;-) Althought - proxy will be faster and a better choice for a really small system being exposed.

(No, I don't want to start a discussion which one is better...)
 
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