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I am doing a operation using web application. User able to logged into the web application and can finish the operation successfully first time. If we start the same operation second time then it is calling the create method of ejb session home it is throwing the following exception>

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CORBA NO_PERMISSION OxO No; nested exception is:

org.omg.CORBA.NO_PERMISSION: java.rmi.AccessException: ; nested exception is:
com.ibm.websphere.csi.CSIAccessException: SECJ0053E: Authorization failed for /UNAUTHENTICATED while inviokin (HOME)MySessionBean create: 2 securityName: /UNAUTHENTICATED; accessID: UNAUTHENTICATED is not granted any of the required roles: SecurityRole1, SecurityRole2 vmcidL oxo minor code:0 completed: No

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Can any one help me or give me any suggestions.

I checked that the logged in user is properly mapped to securityrole.I am sure in that.

FYI: I am using 'FORM' based authentication in my web application. Is it gives any problem with websphere because same application is working in jboss.

Thanks,
 
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