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MaheshS Kumbhar
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Is <auth-constraint>*<auth-constraint> same as <auth-constraint/>?

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Ulf Dittmer

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Probably not. From an XML point of view, "<auth-constraint/>" is the same as "<auth-constraint></auth-constraint>".
But that's easy to test, no?

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Ankit Garg

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This is not the right syntax to declare authentication constraint. The following is the syntax used to allow all users to access the resource on the server.
<auth-constraint/> disallows all users to access the resource...

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