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Can I override the Websphere Policy (WSDynamicPolicy)?

Fidel Ruiz
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Joined: Oct 02, 2003
Posts: 4
We are trying to get our permissions from an external source through JAAS. We have extended java.security.Policy, where we connect to our Authentication and Authorization Service to retrieve the permissions for a Subject. We have set the property policy.provider in the java.security file to this Policy implementation. But it doesn't work, we allways get Websphere's own Policy: WSDynamicPolicy.
I'm using WAS 5.0.2.
Can anybody help me out?
Thanx,
Fidel Ruiz
 
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