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Autorizace a jboss-web.xml v AS7

Chcete-li použít vlastní autorizační modul ve webové aplikaci nad JBoss AS7 (policy module v terminologii AS7 security domén), nezapomeňte přidat element use‑jboss‑authorization do konfiguračního souboru jboss-web.xml. Toť novinka oproti dřívějším verzím aplikačního serveru.
Celý soubor WEB-INF/jboss-web.xml pak může vypadat například takto:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

Update: Až to zase zapomenu, tak správná místa, kde hledate pomoc jsou:
  • org.jboss.as.web.security.JBossWebRealm
  • org.jboss.metadata.web.jboss.JBossWebMetaData and its subclasses
  • org.jboss.metadata.parser.jbossweb.JBossWebMetaDataParser


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