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Security Role in Depoyemnt descriptors?

 
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Security roles and method persmissions:
1 can be shared across EJBs.
2 can utilize wildcard characters to authorize multiple methods at one time.

3: can be defined during deployment.

But my question is can security roles be mapped to actual user groups during deployment??
 
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Yes, but this is done in vendor specific ways.
 
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In that case what is the level of Security that we have to say in the assignment.
 
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Jitender,
One way of doing this maybe is to have a user-group to role mapping in your tree (or ?). And then the methods in EJB are tied to role(s).
 
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