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Design / Security Patterns

 
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I am fairly new to Java, but have read quite abit on design patterns. I am able to understand Java, and the concept of most design patterns, but have trouble seeing how to integrate Java code into a particular pattern. Do you think your book can help me put the two together?
 
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Eric,

One of the primary goals of our book is to enrich the user with Java Security Mechanisms ground-up and then show how to apply Java Security Mechanisms using Security Design Patterns. In a real world scenario, it helps a Java architect/developer to proactively identify the risks and vulnerabilities during application development and resolves them via Patterns and ist associated design Strategies. Most Security Patterns builds on the J2EE/GoF Patterns and it does follow the common patterns vocabulary to represent security mechanisms.

Goodluck

/Ramesh
 
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Eric,
Additionally, we have tried to include sample code for each of the patterns. This code is available for download on the website at http://www.coresecuritypatterns.com
 
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