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security-role-assignment element in weblogic.xml

 
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Hi,
I have a user defined in RDBMS Realm. I am able to authenticated the user. I am making an EJB call from the web container. When I try to print the Principal name using
SessionContext.getCallerPrincipal().getName(),
I get the principal name as "system" instead of the user logged in to the application. I understand that I started weblogic server using the userid "system". Is there any way to propagate the user role-name defined in <security-role-assignment> to the EJB container?
This is related to my earlier posting about UserManager.setPassword() method call. Thanks again.
 
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I found out why the user identity was not propagated from web container to ejb container. I was using an utility class to create InitialContext with user id "system" all the time before doing JNDI lookup.
 
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