DB2 Web Service Provider security

Friday, 9 April 2004, 5:10 AM EST

The IBM DB2 Web Service provider (or WORF - Web Services object runtime framework) lets users easily expose database data and stored procedures as Web Services. The user writes XML files containing the database operations that make up Web Service transactions. Such operations can be SELECT statements, INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE statements, stored procedures and XML Extender operations. This article describes how you restrict users access to these database operations that could update or retrieve data from the database.

By Dirk Wollscheid at IBM developerWorks.

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