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Securing Flex to Axis Single Sign-on Solution using SSL Encryption

, , 22 Feb 2010 CPOL 12.2K 174 6
This article explains how to protect connections between Flex client, Axis based services and OpenSSO server using SSL.
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Dmitriy Nikitin
Software Developer (Senior) IntexSoft
Belarus Belarus
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IntexSoft
IntexSoft
Belarus Belarus
IntexSoft (Intellectual Export Software) is dynamic software development company offering high quality cost-effective IT services to customers worldwide. We develop custom software across a range of industry, such as Media Production, Product Information Management, Translation Management.

The company possesses high expertise in J2EE, Adobe Flex/AIR and also in software integration with products like Adobe Indesign Server, Quark Xpress Server, Across Server and others.

Founded in 1999, our development centre is located in Grodno, Belarus - historically the most technically advanced region in the former USSR.
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