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not a direct certification prep question (hope some people can give me some direction). Also if someone would know a good form to post jaas questions, on the web or any this web site.....
I want to implement a jaas example, where a client logs into a server (telnet is fine for an example) and uses a jaas module that verifies the user credentials.
1. first question is where is this jaas module running ?
(a third machine, other than client and server)
2. where is the user login database stored (username and password) ?
 
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I don't know much (anything) about JAAS, but perhaps your question could be answered from one of Sun's tutorials on JAAS, or by a google search for jaas java tutorial. Good luck.
 
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Please don't post duplicate threads in multiple forums. It makes the conversation difficult to follow and it wastes people's time when they reply to a thread that's already been answered.
You can continue the discussion in the original thread here in the Security forum.
[ February 08, 2004: Message edited by: Jessica Sant ]
 
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