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Role Based Architecture for an EJB Application

 
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Could anyone please let me know if there is a good article or book on implementing a robust EJB application with a Role Based architecture ? I need to develop a complex application where users in particular groups have distinct functionalities and I need to control those functions in the menus that I display to the user...We are using an LDAP server to maintain the user and group information and Weblogic App server.
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Do not know about a book....
but here are my 2 cents :
You must manage the roles yourself, by building it into your application.
EJB Realms etc... will not be useful here.
 
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Hi,
Have a look at the EJB 2.0 spec from Sun..does a good job of describing how role based security works..is that what you are looking for?
Regards
Wouter
 
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