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Develop a web service program for Square area calculation.

Security in Web Service

     

 

Project Requirement

Develop a web service program for Square   area calculation. Make this web service secured using security mechanism of “Username Authentication with Symmetric Keys”

Solution

  • Adding User to Glassfish in Administration
  • Make   a web project
  • Develop web service
  • Secure   Web Service Application
  • Deploy the project
  • Make a Client Web project
  • Make a Web Service Client
  • Edit properties of Web Service
  • Deploy and Run the Client

Adding user to GlassFish

To add users to Glassfish using the Admin Console, follow these steps:

  • Start the NetBeans
  • Start the Glassfish Server as shown below in Fig.1
  • Open the Admin Console in the internet browser with the url http://localhost:4848
  • Give the User Name admin, password adminadmin

Security in Web Service
   Figure. 1

 

  • After successful login Admin Console gets opened as shown below in Figure. 2

Security in Web Service

    Figure. 2

 

  • Expand the Configuration node in the Admin Console tree.
  • Expand the Security node in the Admin Console tree.
  • Expand the Realms node. Select the file realm as shown below in Fig. 3

Security in Web Service

   Figure. 3

  • Click on New Button for New File Users
  • It opens the New File Realm User Form as shown below in Figure 4.

Security in Web Service

    Figure .4

  • In the New File Realm User Form give the following values
    • User ID = wsitUser
    • Group List = wsit
    • New Password = changeit
    • Confirm New Password = changeit

 as  shown below in Figure. 5
Security in Web Service

     Figure. 5

  • Click OK to add this user to the list of users in the realm.
  • After user creation, it gets displayed in File Users as shown below in Figure 6.

Security in Web Service

     Figure. 6

Web Service Project Creation>
  • Create a Web Application Project
  • Type the name as WebServiceSecurity.
  • Click on Next Button as shown in Figure. 7.

Security in Web Service
    
     Figure. 7

  • Now select the Server
  • Select the Glassfish as  shown below in Figure 8.
  • Click on Finish Button.

Security in Web Service

    Figure. 8  

Web Service File Creation >
  • The above steps creates a Web Application Project
  • Create a Web Service File
  • Right Click on the Web Service Security
  • Select NewàWeb Service as shown  below in Figure. 9.

Security in Web Service
  
   Figure 9

  • Type the web service class name as square
  • Type the package name   as pack1
  • Click on Finish as shown below in Figure 10.

Security in Web Service

     Figure.10

  • It creates a Web Service   in design view
  • Click on Add Operation Button as shown below in Figure 11

Security in Web Service

 

    Figure. 11

  • Give the operation name as area with return type String
  • Click on add to add parameter
  • Type the name of parameter as side and type as int.
  • Do above steps as shown below in Figure 12.
  • It generates the code of operation area.

Security in Web Service

     Figure 12

In generated code edit some value as shown below

package pack1;

import javax.jws.WebMethod;
import javax.jws.WebParam;
import javax.jws.WebService;

/**
 *
 * @author roseindia
 */
@WebService()
public class square {
  
  @WebMethod(operationName = "area")
  public String area(@WebParam(name = "side")
  int side) {
  return "area of square of side"+side+"  is "+(side*side);
  }
}

    Enabling Security in Web Service>
  • Open the square.java  Web Service program in design view
  • Select the Check box Service Secure as shown below in Fig 13.

Security in Web Service

    Figure. 13

  • Click on Advanced Button
  • It opens the dialog box for security
  • Select the Secure Service check box as shown below in Figure 14.

Security in Web Service

   Figure. 14

  • After selecting the secure service, it gets applied for Input Message and Output Message parts
  • Scroll down, Input Message and Output  Message comes as shown below in Figure 15

Security in Web Service

    Figure 15

  • Click on Message Parts button inside Input Message
  • It opens dialog box where all values of Sign is selected
  • In Encrypt one value for Body Message part is selected as shown below in Figure 16
  • Click on Message Parts button inside Output Message
  • It opens dialog box where all values of Sign is selected
  • In Encrypt one value for Body Message part is selected as shown below in Figure 17
Security in Web Service

    Figure 16

Security in Web Service

    Figure 17

Testing Web Service
  • Right Click on the Web Service square
  • Select Test Web Service as shown below in Figure 18.

Security in Web Service

      Figure.18

  • It gives message   that secured   Web Service doesn’t have support of tester feature as shown below in Figure 19.

 

Security in Web Service
       Figure. 19

Web Service Client
  • For above created Web Service a Client is created
  • Take a new Web Application Project
  • Give it a name WebServiceSecurity-Client
  • Click on Next button as shown below in Figure 20.

Security in Web Service

     Figure. 20

  • Select the Glassfish server
  • Click on Next Button as shown below in Figure 21

Security in Web Service

    Figure. 21

  • A Web Service Client project is created
  • Develop a java class for Web Service Client
  • Right Click on the WebServiceSecurity-Client select NewàWeb Service Client

As shown below in Figure 22.

Security in Web Service

     Figure. 22

  • It opens a dialog box for WSDL and Client location
  • Click on the browse button  as shown in Figure 23.

Security in Web Service

    Figure. 23

  • In the pop up dialog box select the Web Service
  • Select WebServiceSecurity àsquare
  • Click on OK as shown below in Figure 24.

Security in Web Service

    Figure 24

  • This creates a Web Service References Directory
  • In side that it creates squareService, squarePort and area method

  As shown below in Figure 25.
Security in Web Service

  Figure. 25

Calling Web Service Client Resources
  • Right Click in default created index.jsp
  • Select Web Service Client ResourcesàCall Web Service Operation as shown below in Figure 26.
  • It creates the required code in the index.jsp

Security in Web Service

    Figure. 26

  • Edit the index.jsp and give the value int side=10;

<html>
  <body> 
 
  <%-- start web service invocation --%><hr/>
  <%
  try {
  pack1.SquareService service = new pack1.SquareService();
  pack1.Square port = service.getSquarePort();
   // TODO initialize WS operation arguments here
  int side = 10;
  // TODO process result here
  java.lang.String result = port.area(side);
  out.println("Result = "+result);
  } catch (Exception ex) {
  // TODO handle custom exceptions here
  }
  %>
  <%-- end web service invocation --%><hr/>
  </body>
</html>

Edit Web Service Attributes

  • As the web service is secure its client should be edited
  • Right Click on squareService in Web Service References
  • Select Edit Web Service Attributes as shown below in Figure 27.

Security in Web Service

     Figure. 27

  • In the opened dialog box select the Quality Of Service
  • Check the Use development defaults in security
  • Click on OK as shown in Figure 28.

Security in Web Service

      Figure. 28

Running Client Web service >
  • Deploy the WebServiceSecurity-Client project
  • Right Click in the index.jsp
  • Select run index.jsp as shown below in Figure 29.

Security in Web Service

      Figure. 29

  • It deploys the project on the server and run it in the browser
  • It executes and give the output as shown below in Fig 30.

Security in Web Service
    Figure. 30

 

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Posted on: October 22, 2009

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