"diabolo diabolo", I've been browsing your posts and I appreciate the help you've been giving, but unfortunately your diaply name is not valid and accounts with invalid display names get deleted, often without warning.
We require display names to be two words: your first name, a space, then your last name. Fictitious names are not allowed.
Hi I have looked at the jGuards homepage. I haven�t found a solution yet. Isn�t it possible to solve without using jGuard? Maybe you can give a more precisely hint? :-) [ June 20, 2005: Message edited by: Jeppe Fjord ]
Hi, to be more precise, in jGuard (http://jguard.sourceforge.net), users can have multiple roles defined either in an XML file, or a database implementation (oracle, mysql, postgresql,DB2 and MS SQL server). it's the Authentication side, and is handled by the AuthenticationManager in jGuard.
roles of user, defined sometimes in a central repository, can be matched with the local roles of your application. these 'local' roles can have multiple permissions. it's the Authorization part of jGuard. this stuff is handled by the AuthorizationManager in jGuard. like AuthenticationManager and AuthorizationManager can be called at runtime, and provide convenience methods to update datas, it seems that your needs are completed. => a webapp which manage these classes is provided in the jGaurd distribution.
hope it helps,
Charles(jGuard team). ps: you can have more support on the jGuard forum (all the team has got a look on it).