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Danish Shaukat
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Hi,

Does tomcat provide container managed security?

I don�t think it does as it is not an application server. I was unable to find any links on this as well.

Danish
[ December 28, 2006: Message edited by: Danish Shaukat ]
Ben Souther
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Tomcat is an application server and it does provide container managed security.

The best resource for this is the servlet spec.
You can find a link to it in my signature.


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William Brogden
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A normal Tomcat installation comes with a file named security-manager-howto.html in the tool-docs directory. You will also find a security related comment on user authentication in the server.xml file.

The /conf/catalina.policy file can be used to give minutely detailed security for selected web applications.

Bill
 
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