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WildFly 8 Admin guide - Chapter on Role based access?  RSS feed

 
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Hello,
I have a couple of questions:
-Does the book contains examples about the new role based access control ?
-About developing application, does this book contains hints for developing applications on WildFly ?
Thank you
 
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Linda Dimartino wrote:
-Does the book contains examples about the new role based access control ?


Yes RBAC it's a core new feature of WildFly 8 therefore it is discussed in detail showing off the role capabilities at different levels (Standalone RBAC, Server Group Scoped RBAC, Host Scoped RBAC)

Linda Dimartino wrote:
-About developing application, does this book contains hints for developing applications on WildFly ?


No the book focus on Server Administration. In the near future (Q2 of this year) a Java EE 7 Development with WildFly is going to be published and in Q3 a WildFly Tuning book as well.
Stay tuned :-)
 
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