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Need a clarification on why is this architecture defined the way it is.

Sabarish Varma
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Joined: Jan 20, 2003
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Hello:
I was going through the security architecture with an aim to understand this from the Java perspective. What I cannot understand is that despite having the option of invoking the JCA/JCE implementation, what is the need to have the following optional layers of JAAS, JSSE, JGSS and CertPath. I have attached the diagram for your perusal. Thank you in advance for the assistance.
regards
--Sabarish


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--Sabarish
 
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