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Under what auth-method is the realm-name valid???
 
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Only BASIC ?
The 3 other authentication methods too I believe.
Check this http://java.boot.by/wcd-guide/ch05s03.html

Can anyone confirm this ?
But that's out of the scope of the exam anyways, I think.
Can anyone confirm this too ?
[ November 21, 2006: Message edited by: Max Fernandes ]
 
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[Max]Only BASIC ?

No, you can define a realm name for any of the 4 authentication method types.

It isn't useful in the case of the client cert, but you can define it.
 
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