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Matvey Raz
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Joined: Jul 18, 2013
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Hi,
I'm new on Tomcat, and I am writing my first web application now.
I need to protect some pages with username and password.
Once user logged in, he should access all those (protected) pages without re-login, until the browser (or tab) is closed.
When user re-opens the browser (or tab) and tries to access those pages, he need to login again.
What is the simplest way to do this ?
Thanks.
Ulf Dittmer
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That's what realms and container-managed security is for. Besides setting up users, roles and passwords in one of the ways described there, some changes to your web.xml that describe which URLs to protect may be all you need.


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