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Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
Nov 3, 2004

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Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps


Authenticate the UDDI Server and Gain Access to the UDDI Registry

The following code uses the the UDDI4J library to authenticate to UDDI and gain access to the UDDI registry:
 
import org.uddi4j.client.UDDIProxy;
import org.uddi4j.response.AuthToken;
private AuthToken accessUDDI(){
 UDDIProxy uddiProxy = new UDDIProxy(); //Create an instance of UDDIProxy
 AuthToken token = new AuthToken(); //Create an instance of AuthToken
 try{
  uddiProxy.setInquiryURL(UDDI_INQUIRY_URL); //Set the inquiry URL to UDDIProxy
  uddiProxy.setPublishURL(UDDI_PUBLISH_URL); //Set the publish URL to UDDIProxy
  //Authenticating with username and password. Successful auth returns AuthToken object.
  token = uddiProxy.get_authToken(UDDI_USER,UDDI_PASSWORD); 
 }catch(java.net.MalformedURLException ex){ //Error setting properties)
 }catch(Exception e){//Error authenticating with USER and PASSWORD to UDDI server
 }
 return token;
}
Sujata De
 
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