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Access remote interface of secured ejb

 
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I know very little about security. I need to access remote interface of a secured session bean (running on WAS) from a standalone java application. Could someone shed some lights on how or point me to some resources I can read upon to figure out?
Many thanks!
 
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You will need to authenticate the user in your standalone client. If you've never done anything like this, I strongly suggest you either read the security chapter of my book (along with the client chapter if you've never written a standalone chapter) or read the WebSphere 5.0 Security handbook redbook.
Basically, you'll need to login on the client using the JAAS login module for WebSphere.
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