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1. Accessing secure restful web services using jersey client    stackoverflow.com

I have created web services based on Jersey (auto generated via Netbeans). I have also created a user names “testClient” with password “secret” and created User group “Users” and used file Realm ...

2. Jersey Web Services Security Question    stackoverflow.com

I am building a public facing REST application for clients to access. In trying to develop security for it, I looked at how AWS handles their REST authentication using an access ...

3. Most secure way to secure Jersey REST Services    stackoverflow.com

I'm looking really for just advice. I have a system up and running on my amazon cloud instance that is basically a bunch of REST services running on JBoss. My next ...

4. Encrypting data for RESTful services using Jersey    stackoverflow.com

I am using Jersey for my RESTful web service development. I already have configured SSL for Point to Point security...but I need some application level security (end to end), for which ...

5. jersey web.xml security-constraint role-name on multi lingual machines    stackoverflow.com

When installing an app on a german machine for example. In the web.xml would the role names have to be in there german equivalent of the following

<auth-constraint>
<role-name>administrator</role-name>
<role-name>operator</role-name>
 </auth-constraint>
e.g. ...