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multiple security-constraint elements interaction

Sayak Banerjee
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What happens in this case : One of the <security-constraint> elements has no <auth-constraint> element and it combines with an empty <auth-constraint> tag inside <security-constraint>...is the access to the common constrained resource allowed to everybody or to nobody? I think it's nobody...but it's always better to confirm?


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Ulf Dittmer
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That's quite easy to test, isn't it?

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