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Hi,

For the topic EJB Security are we suppose to be following glassfish server or are we allowed to use any other, the reason I am asking this question is apache TomEE is so well documented with regards to examples unlike glassfish. for instance in this example http://tomee.apache.org/examples-trunk/webservice-security/README.html it is so clean and easy. So, the question can we use any application server for the exam?

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Yes, you can use any application server you want. Keep in mind that not all application servers fully comply to the EE6 standards so you might find some small differences here and there.

Did you read the Oracle EE6 tutorial on EE security? It is really well written.

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For the exam, there is no specific application server /servlet container/EJB container you should use or learn about.
But in general, you need to know web.xml, sun-web.xml, ejb-jar.xml, sun-ejb-jar.xml, WAR, EAR files for you to configure security constraints and deploy the application.

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Frits, Himai; thanks for your answers appreciate your response. cheers!
 
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Hi Mujahed

I read EJB Security chapters from "EJB 3.0" Oreillt book. Details in those chapters are sufficient for the exam.

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