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Hi,

one short question. I'm using FORM-Authentication in my frontend webapp like that:



I'm using the JBoss AS and also configured an login-Module in $JBOSS_HOME/server/default/conf/login-config.xml for LDAP-Security. That all works fine but unfortunately I don't know exactly why....
I can't see any connection between the login-Module and the JSF-Frontend configuration. How does the webserver knows witch login-module to choose?

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"none noone",

We'd like to welcome you to the JavaRanch, but you're in blatant violation of our naming rules: http://www.javaranch.com/name.jsp

Technically, this is a JBoss question and you should have asked it in the forum where the JBoss experts hang out, but in any event, you'll get an answer a lot faster if you change your display name to conform to our requirements.
 
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