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JAAS Authentication

 
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Hi Ranchers,

Am a Newbie to JAAS Authentication.

Was going thru the link Authentication using JAAS

It says

Login modules are written by implementing this interface; they contain the actual code for authentication. It can use various mechanisms to authenticate user credentials. The code could retrieve a password from a database and compare it to the password supplied to the module. It could also use a flat file, LDAP or any other means of storing user information for that purpose.



{1} Is there any JAAS authentication example which uses Flat File repository for User credentials that I can refer to ?

Another link Single Sign On says

Just have each developer to work with a simple JAAS authentication within a local flat file (most of the IDEs have this by default).

In the

Development TIP:

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{2} Could anybody please elaborate this ?

Thanks in advance.
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