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JBOSS SecureIdentityLoginModule - How to Manage the Encrypted Passwords?

SanSate San
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Joined: Oct 27, 2011
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We are using the JBOSS SecureIdentityLoginModule to encrypt our application related accounts and passwords. These encrypted passwords are placed in jboss config file named : login-config.xml.

If we need to modify the login-config.xml for any password change process, then we will have to restart all the servers.We have an enterprise application where we don't want to have server downtime in production.

Can somebody please let me know how to update the encrypted passwords in login-config.xml without restarting any servers? May be some automated script can help?


Thanks
San
Peter Johnson
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You should be using a database or LDAP server to store user credentials for an enterprise application.


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SanSate San
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Thanks Peter! Our application uses different database passwords and Jboss maintains JNDI connections for the application. Now we would like to manage these passwords and looking for some process to modify these encrypted passwords with no server down time!!
 
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