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Security role to user/group mapping

Giancarlos Zambrano
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Joined: Mar 30, 2010
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I am attempting to map a role to my user name but the OK button isn't there and I am unable to save the changes. Any ideas?

I've attached a screenshot if it helps at all.


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A Stonewall
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Joined: Apr 01, 2010
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Giancarlos Zambrano wrote:I am attempting to map a role to my user name but the OK button isn't there and I am unable to save the changes. Any ideas?

I've attached a screenshot if it helps at all.


I've got the same problem, it seems like a WAS-bug!!
It is possible to map the roles in deployment descriptor of your EAR-project.
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