Apache faces Web services security spec roadblock

Monday, 11 July 2005, 11:34 AM EST

Apache officials hope to iron out licensing issues with Microsoft and IBM pertaining to the WS-Security specification, so that Apache can add the technology to its open source Axis SOAP stack.

Axis is envisioned as a Web services engine for deploying SOAs, according to Apache. WS-Security is needed to communicate with .Net systems, said Davanum Srinivas, vice president of services at the Apache Software Foundation.

By Paul Krill at InfoWorld.

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