[seek-dev] Re: [Globus-discuss] How to secure "Your first grid service" in tutorial? (fwd)

Jing Tao tao at nceas.ucsb.edu
Mon Jan 26 14:58:52 PST 2004


I got an email for Borja. He is the author of gt3 tutorial. "Your 
first grid sevice" is a servie which uses Provider="java:RPC" and deploy 
service instance directly. 

So it seems we couldn't secure the service which use provider="java.RPC". 

I took a look again at the url which he pointed to. In there I downloaded 
some sample code. They are all provicer="hanlder".


Jing Tao
National Center for Ecological
Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS)
735 State St. Suite 204
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 23:20:08 +0100
From: Borja Sotomayor <borja at borjanet.com>
To: Jing Tao <tao at nceas.ucsb.edu>
Cc: discuss at globus.org, developer-discuss at globus.org
Subject: Re: [Globus-discuss] How to secure "Your first grid service" in


> Still doesn't work. So I am wondering how can I secure a service which has 
> a  WSDD file samilar to "your first grid service" in the tutorial.

The very first example in the tutorial is not a grid service, but a 
plain web service to help you get acquainted with all the steps involved 
in writing GT3 grid services. It is therefore not representative of grid 
service programming in GT3 (done with Ant, which is used in the rest of 
the examples in the tutorial). Any attempt to add security to the very 
first example of the tutorial is likely to fail. If you are interested 
in writing secure grid services, please take a look at the "work in 
progress" version of the tutorial (which now includes sections on security)


Borja Sotomayor, Universidad de Deusto
  Assistant Professor, Department of Software Engineering
  ESIDE, Sala Prof, Av.Universidades 24, 48007 Bilbao (Spain)
  phone: +34-94-413-9000 (ext.2724)  fax: +34-94-413-9101
GT3 Tutorial: http://www.casa-sotomayor.net/gt3-tutorial/
BorjaNet:  http://www.borjanet.com/   borja at borjanet.com
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