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The DD security-role element in web.xml

 
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Can someone please let me know if the <security-role> element goes under a <servlet> element or is it a separate element under <web-app....>??
 
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<web-app>
<servlet >
<security-role-ref>
....
</security-role-ref>
</servlet>
<security-role>
</security-role>
<web-app>
 
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Authentication works without <security-role> element in web.xml. So I'm wondering what is the use of it?? code that works:




localhost/Beer-v1/login.html
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