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Which one of the following is a responsibility of the EJB Container with regards to EJB security?
Given Answer:The EJB Container is required to provide a security domain and one or more principal realms to the enterprise bean's.
I think this is the responsibility of the Deployer. Am I Correct?
 
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No. The question is talking about providing a functional capability, not specifying how you'll use that capability. EJB spec requires that the server/container have at least one realm. The deployer decides how to use the realm(s) available.
 
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