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Amit Hetawal
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Hello All,
Can someone help me with the answer for this question.



According to me, shouldn't the answer be Option D, since there is not <http-method> defined, all the methods will be inaccessible,
so the user should not be prompted for any of the Http methods ?

Please advise.

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Christophe Verré
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If no HTTP methods are specified, then the security constraint applies to all HTTP methods. So if a url matches a security-constraint, then the user will have to login.
 
Amit Hetawal
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Thank you, it took me a while to clear my understanding on this ..
 
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