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Security with roles

 
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Hi all...

i'm trying to implement security on my struts app, but i dont know how to set groups and roles to the app to identify if a user is in some role...
 
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In order to do this, you must implement J2EE "container managed security". The mechanics of how to do this will depend on which application server you're using. If you're using Tomcat version 6, the following link should get you started:

http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/realm-howto.html
 
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i'm using websphere webserver how to implement security roles for my application
 
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