WEB SERVICE SECURITY (SOAP MESSAGE EX-CHANGE TECHNIQUE

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By SUNDARA MANIKANDAN K REG NO. : 200837045 MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (SS)

Guided by PRIYADHARSHINI M M.E (VISITING FACULTY) DEPARTMENT OF IST

A review document submitted for Project Review - I

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Internal Guide External Guide . who is doing the project titled _____________________________ under my guidance is regular/average/poor (Strike of which ever is not applicable) in attendance./Ms. ________________________.ATTENDANCE CERTIFICATE Certified that Mr.

Based protocols . Hence. but also ensures the data integrity and confidentiality at application layer. Therefore. to ensure more comprehensive & safe EAI system.ABSTRACT This System provides web services security model based on a kind of guarantee the SOAP message transmission security. improving the interoperability of web services. the aim is to guarantee the EAI data information resources will not be tamped between enterprise system when they are transferring. enhanced web services application security. Data encryption . SOAP . I am going to implement few ways to ensure security by introducing a secure exchange pattern or communication model for SOAP Messaging. implements identity authentication and permission Management. so it protects the data integrity. data issues are effectively solved. both service requestor and provider provide the signature authentication and access control The survey show that the web service security model solve deficiencies of traditional way. In addition.is not only ensures data security during transmission from the transport layer.Simple Object Access Protocol XML .

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION (i) Give a detailed introduction about your area of work. Followed by the organization of your report.Overview of the proposed idea/work highlighting the methodology(s) and the final outcome. (Do not give any introduction about the company in which you do the project. (ii) (iii) . Proposed Work . May be you can indicate in the introduction that you are doing the project there in a statement or two).

e. The degree to which these resources are used by Internet users is similarly high. .numbers4. 3) Discuss about the issues that exists in the related works. According to athe reference in the by recent research Put Eysenbach and Kohler [2]. it was found that that 55% of Internet users have reference section using the accessed even once the Web to find medical information. 4) Finally highlight how your work is going to eliminate these issues.CHAPTER 2 RELATED WORKS 1) This section is a survey of any related/existing works relevant to your work.5% of total same while Internet searches in the popular search engines are related to health information. medical portals and health related sites are considered among the most popular tools for accessing and distributing medical information [1]. estimated as a 2% of all web sites and portals found in the Internet. Medical sites have reached during the last years an impressive population.g. 2) Give references to any paper that you refer to. Since the spread of the World Wide Web.

etc) 2) Project Deliverables 3) Implementation details 4) Limitations of your project 4) Users of the system 5) Project Schedule . Sample Inputs and outputs for each module. Algorithms.CHAPTER 3 DETAILED DESIGN 1) Overall System Architecture (i) Modules (0 ± level DFD) (ii) Detailed design for each module (1 ± level DFD.

30 ± 2. Kouzas G. Anagnostopoulos C.. "Enabling collaborative medical diagnosis over the Internet via peer to peer distribution of electronic health records". CA. 6th International Conference of Web Engineering (ICWE 06).REFERENCES For Journal Papers: [1] Maglogiannis I.. For Books: . Delakouridis K. proceeding of the 1st International Workshop on Adaptation and Evolution in Web Systems Engineering (AEWSE 06). Stavropoulos P.D.. Palo Alto.. 2006. Journal of Medical Systems Vol. Kazatzopoulos L.. For Conference Papers: [2] Anagnostopoulos I. July 10-14. pp:107-116.. 2006.. Estimating the evolution of categorized web page populations. Vergados D.

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