This section describes the intended audience, how to use this guide, and provides information about documentation accessibility.
This guide describes the tasks required to administer Web services, providing details describing how to:
Deploy, configure, test, and monitor Web services.
Manage diagnostic and message logs.
Manage policy lifecycle to transition from a test to production environment.
Enable, publish, and register Web services.
This guide is intended for:
System and security administrators who administer Web services and manage security
Application developers who are developing Web services and testing the security prior to deployment of the Web services
Security architects who create security policies
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For more information, see the following Oracle Web Services Manager documents:
"Developing and Securing Web Services" in the Developing Applications with Oracle JDeveloper
See also the Oracle Web Services Manager Technology page at:
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