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Security in JSF

sergey zhmura

Joined: Oct 07, 2009
Posts: 1
Hi, everyone!
I have to manage security (the quantity of roles and groups is rather huge) in java ee 5 + jsf (1.x) project without using mapping application roles to appserver roles in realms but using my own database. How can I do control access to resources and modify the presentation depending on users coming in runtime mode? And will it be efficient with using jsf at all? Please, provide your own ideas of solving this problem.

Viswanath Tg

Joined: Nov 27, 2007
Posts: 20
Using Acegi Security is the best way to manage Security...
In acegi Secutiy implement DAO Authentication for validating the
logged user againest DB

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