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passing identity of a plain java program to an ejb

 
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Hi All,
I would like to call a secured ejb from a plain java program.
I have my ejb secured and have the local os (windows xp) users as part of the ejb role.
I would like to run the java program as one of the users in the ejb role and pass the authorization of the ejb.
Right now i am getting an un authenticated error when I call.
I have been working on this for a long time. Any help is appreciated....
 
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How do you log in the application server?
 
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I have the ejb running on a server with Security enabled.
I run the server with Local OS credentials (Windows XP local user).
I have roles set up for the ejb, with local Windows XP users as part os the role.
I would like to run a simple java program and authorize to the ejb as one of the users in the role.

I am using WSAD version 5.
 
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