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webLogic, security, role mapping

JeanLouis Marechaux
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Hi all,
please excuse the incursion of a WebSphere guy here
I need some infomation about WebLogic.

In webSphere, at deployment time of a EAR file, you can map your J2EE roles at :
1. everyone (security is poor :-)
2. a specific user/group
3. "all authenticated users"
Option 3 sounds like a websphere-proprietary option, not defined in the J2EE spec.
Nevertheless,I would like to know if something equivalent to option 3 exists within WebLogic.

Any help is appreciated


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