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which framework best support application security?

 
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Hi all,

I am about to start a project which will require Stripes, Spring and Hibernate. I'm still getting familiar with all three. I was wondering which one has built in support for securing application access through defining user roles etc?

Also which is better/easier to implement - container vs programmatic security. I'm not too concerned with portability between servers. I will be developing on Tomcat, probably deploying on Caucho Resin.
 
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Stripes doesn't have any built in support for a user or role based system. You'll want to check out the Stripes Security. It's a third party add on that makes securing your application easy.

You should also check out Stripernate if you haven't already. It makes Stripes + Hibernate much easier.
 
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You could also try spring acegi. It ties into spring very well and uses filters for security. If you generate the skeleton app using appfuse, it sets up most of it for you. Hope this helps
 
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