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Accessing groups in a session bean

Sebastiaan Kortleven
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Joined: Mar 12, 2004
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Hi there,
So I created my own little LoginModule, based on the DatabaseServerLoginModule supplied by JBoss. All works fine and the login succeeds and fails where expected.
In the loginmodule I add several groups of principals to the subject.
I have a group called Roles, and 3 other groups.
I only use the Roles group to make sure the user logs in. Our security system is based on Siebel, where they use Positions and Responsibilities, so I add these groups and fill them accordingly.
Now, in a bean I can access the context and ask for the CallerPrincipal, doing a getName() on that principal gives me the username. But how can I access the groups I created in the loginmodule? (I need those for some application specific security handling)
norman richards
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Joined: Jul 21, 2003
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You don't enumerate the groups, you ask if the person is in the group/role:
 
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