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declarative authorization not working

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This is my web.xml:













Where these three roles are present in my tomcat-users.xml. No other role is there in tomcat-users.xml.

And I have a JSP restrict.jsp on root. When I access this JSP directly I shouldn't be allowed. As no <role-name> is present in <auth-constraint> means no role is allowed. But I can access this JSP. Why so?

[ June 02, 2007: Message edited by: ankur rathi ]
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