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Neat Way of Writing my web.xml

Dean Chester
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I Currently have my web.xml file looking like this:


Before I had this yet i need to keep reauthorizing my self:

So i ask is there anyway i can get this to work?
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Tim Holloway
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Yow! I'm all for container-based security, but this is a bit much. Did you assign a unique security role for each user?

About the most number of roles I've ever needed was 8. Something like: anonymous (not logged in), user, app_administrator, sysadmin, programmer, auditor, data_loader, scoring_table_modiifier and querent.

If I really needed more distinct roles than that, I'd probably do them fine-grained and add supporting logic.

I also normally zone out my URLs. For example, all admin functionality is under /admin, so that I can do a pattern-matched rule check rather than a rule for each discrete URL.


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