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Programming Authentication & Authorization.

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Hello all,

I am in process to create a new application, My requirement here is that I want to create a reusable module that I want to use for authentication & authorization. Further I want that when ever a user logs-in, his/her privileges get stored in the session and based on the data stored in the database s/he should be able to view the page and event the fields/components on it.
Can any one help me with the design of the above requirement or at least point me to some link.
Thanks in advance for the same.
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Acegi Security may be of interest as it provides the functionality you have described, it's based on the Spring Framework, but will save re-implementing the wheel.

It also includes a JSP Tag library for protecting links/content on the page.

[ February 14, 2007: Message edited by: Jason Moors ]
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