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Part II: SSL security

Marco Yuen
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Joined: Apr 10, 2002
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Hi,
The assignment states that customer must interact with the system with secured SSL. For web client, we surely can use declarative security to enforce SSL but how about travel agency client application, it communicates with EJB Tier mainly through JNDI and RMI-IIOP, should we still need some SSL security, should we use Java Security Framework? any throughts?
 
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