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XML over HTTPS

 
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Hi

I need help to implement xml over https? is there Anybody have experience on this?Please give me details..

If anybody has samples,tutorials or articles, please provide links if you know any
 
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Do you have to implement the client side, server side or both? Are the XML messages SOAP messages or are they custom XML messages?

For the server side: Simply write a servlet that reads the request in XML format and configure your web server / servlet container for HTTPS - you'll need to look in the documentation of your specific web server for that.

For the client side: You could use the Jakarta Commons HttpClient library for communicating over HTTPS.

If you're talking about SOAP messages, have a look at Apache Axis.
 
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Thanks Jesper,

I'm using custom xml for client and server side.
As you suggested i'm using Jakarta Commons HttpClient works fine
 
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