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Screen level and field level rules implementation Spring MVC

 
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My web application is using Spring MVC. Each user has multiple roles. Each role has an access level.The access level defines whether user has access to particular screen or not. Also it defines that on a particular screen which fields it can modify, so based on access level a field can be disabled or enabled.

The relationship between access level, screen and fields is defined in a table right now. Which is really complicated and the only way to Add, remove , update is through scripts.

Can anybody suggest me some other way to do this?
 
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Have you looked at Spring Security? They also have tag libs that I think will help you.
 
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