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[Marcus Green Mock exam] Q6 exam 1

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I've doubts about question 6 of Marcus green first mock exam

first of my doubts, is that not a problem to have a <role-name>manager</role-name> out of <auth-constraint> </auth-constraint> ?

Then I was sure that when you have no <auth-constraint> nor <role-name>, all user authenticated or not could access resources.
But in answer it says :

Although the first auth-constraint is empty, implying no one will have access to the resource, this is cancelled out by the second auth-constraint that will allow anyone to access the resource.

Last but not least please tell me how does it work, if for the same URL you have multiple constraint, which constraint will be used ? the less restrictive ?

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Hi Sebastien,

A lot of Marcus Greens questions have been discussed here berfore. Check this thread.

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