Message Level Security
(MLS) is now included in
to see various options for
MS Rebecca Dias blog in Mar05 and said MLS is one of two most important new developments in
architecture (the other being WS-Policy). Key benefits include flexibility in choosing types of security tokens and which part of the message to apply them. And that (transport) intermediaries can insert signed audit trail information.
a reference in the blog linked to an Oct04 article on MS
coauthored. It had this to say about messages:
...realizing that messages often have a life beyond a given transmission event.
What does that mean? Does it mean messages often get responded to, and that there is a "return trip" for the message that the sender would want to do further processing, or that messages are often part of a larger
? See article at
Is it true that with
, than TransportLevelSecurity
is no longer required?
people have dropped HTTPG in their implementations once MLS is available. And MS Feb05 "Why WSE" article at
seem to support TransportLevelSecurity
no longer required when there is
handle security for messages? Do developers have to code a customized version of
embedded in the
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