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Weblogic security mapping to DB.

 
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I have one question about Weblogic 7.01 security.
I have created USER, GROUP and ROLES table in my RDBMS. Can I use the RDBMS realm if my users are in a database table already? Can I tune Weblogic security realm to my database tables? How can I do that?
Any advice or good links will be very appreciate.
Thanks a lot for any help, Volodymyr Shram.
 
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Hi,
I don't think Weblogic has a built-in realm for RDBMS access, so you need to create your own custom realm.
I don't see any problem if the users are already created in you database, because you manage your realm yourself.
Val�ry
 
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