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Securities in Seam

 
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Does Seam framework provide security implementations? If yes, what are all they and how to use them?
 
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Security in the context of Login, is much more easier to implement then any other framework. You can get more details here:
http://docs.jboss.org/seam/1.1.5.GA/reference/en/html/security.html
 
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You are much better off going to the Seam 2.1 docs: http://docs.jboss.org/seam/2.1.0.A1/reference/en/html_single/

Security is a central concern is Seam. There are no extra JARs you need. It is baked into the core. You can implement one method and bang, you have authentication. In Seam 2.1, there is an entire security management API that goes beyond what I have ever seen, including Spring Security. Then the Drools stuff is just so powerful that you could fine tune security down to the middle name of a person.
 
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Did I mention this is all covered in chapter 11 down to the blades of grass?
 
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