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Spring 3 Security applies or is related with some J2EE Core Security Patterns ?

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Dear Peter Mularien, regarding Spring 3 Security book approach I would like to know which Patterns you apply to implement Spring 3 Security solutions.

Some issues regarding security that you address is the same that some J2EE Core Security Patterns propose solutions like for example strategies for Identity management.

Do you think that associate and relate Spring 3 Security approach with J2EE Core Security Patterns a good way to learn and apply J2EE Spring Security robust solutions ?

Best Regards,

Paulo Cesar Lima.
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