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Art Van Delay
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Joined: Sep 05, 2005
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In web.xml, <security-constraint> would it be correct to say:

* Leave off <http-method> means allow all
* Leave off <auth-constraint> means allow all
* Specifying element means allow one except for an empty element which means allow none.

Thanks in advnace.


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Adeel Ansari
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Joined: Aug 15, 2004
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Originally posted by Art Van Delay:
In web.xml, <security-constraint> would it be correct to say:

* Leave off <http-method> means allow all
* Leave off <auth-constraint> means allow all
* Specifying element means allow one except for an empty element which means allow none.


Yes. Not sure about the second part of the third-one, though.

In web.xml, <security-constraint> would it be correct to say:

* Leave off <http-method> means apply to all Http methods
* Leave off <auth-constraint> means allow all
* Specifying element means allow one except for an empty element which means allow none.
AmitKumar Jain
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Joined: Jun 13, 2005
Posts: 95
I confirmed the last one too from HFSJ...
I'd also like to add:

<auth-constraint>*</auth-constraint> ==> allow all
<auth-constraint></auth-constraint> ==> allow none


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