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Which Security Framework should be used?

Em Aiy
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Joined: May 11, 2006
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Hi,

I am working on a project in which I have Hibernate 3 on DB layer, Spring 2 on Service layer and JSF as UI. I want to ask which security framework should i use,which will be compatible with these and will give me best security.


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Tamas Jano
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Joined: Feb 21, 2007
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Originally posted by Muhammad Ali:
Hi,

I am working on a project in which I have Hibernate 3 on DB layer, Spring 2 on Service layer and JSF as UI. I want to ask which security framework should i use,which will be compatible with these and will give me best security.


You are not giving enough details on your project. What kind of project is it, what exposure does it have, SSO,... ?

You may consider Acegi (now Spring) Security http://www.acegisecurity.org/.
It is a general purpose security solution and it suits the majority of web (and not only web) projects.

Regards,
T
 
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