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Paren Parikh
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Joined: Jun 07, 2008
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Hello All,

As part of the assigment there is a requirement which suggests that only authenticated users can use the system and its functionality. But the assignment document does not provide any details about the authentication to be used.

How do I cover as part of my design ? I was thinking of resolving the user by login name from security context when needed.

Any suggestions ranchers ?

Paren Parikh
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Maybe it can help you.

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Paren Parikh
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Joined: Jun 07, 2008
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My question is do I need to provide any design for authentication making many assumptions ? If some one else is working on the same assignment how have they thought about it ?
Unnikrishnan Nair
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I think the authentication mechanism needs to be built with the design even if there are no use cases explaining that. You may not need detailed structure of those. I feel it needs to be specified

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