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We implement a new Enterprise Application on EE6 and JSF2.0. Is there a good ACL security framework available which we can integrate in our application? Acegi looks good but we didn´t use the Spring framework. I´ve seen some other frameworks but nothing seems to fit our requirements. Perhaps there is another security mechanism we can use? Our security model uses roles. Each role has a different set of access rights (view, edit, create,...). The roles could be assigned to objects.

For Example:
The object "Adress" is visible for each users that are members of the role Admin.
The object "Adress" can be edited by each users of the role Supervisor.
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The latest 1.0.x release of Acegi should work fine without Spring.
 
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