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Hi,

I would like to implement encryption for my webservices(a small webservices, just sayhello()). could you please tell me where can find the the sample or tutorial with an example?

Regards,

Sankar. S
 
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Hi!
Take a look at WSS4J: http://ws.apache.org/wss4j/
I assume you want to encrypt whole or parts of SOAP messages.
Best wishes!
 
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It very likely isn't necessary to use WSS4J directly - all major SOAP stacks (assuming you're using SOAP) implement WS-Security, which does all that for you. Which SOAP stack are you using?
 
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