Securing REST Web Services With OAuth from http://blog.superpat.com

It’s been a while since the las tOpenSSO article at Sun Developer Network (the excellent, three-part,Troubleshooting OpenSSO with Firefox Add-Ons), but Malla and Rickhave come up trumps with Securing REST Web Services With OAuth.
The article recasts the tried and true ‘stock quote sample’ as a RESTful web service with access protected byOAuth via OpenSSO and Jersey (Sun’s open source implementation of JAX-RS, aka JSR 311). This is technology that has hitherto only been demonstrated in a demo at JavaOne 2009, so it’s great to see it being successfully applied here.
Go read the article and discover how OpenSSO, Jersey and OAuth combine to secure RESTful web services!




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