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From David Blevins <>
Subject Re: Commitment to resolve this matter with JBoss
Date Wed, 12 Nov 2003 00:14:48 GMT
On Tue, Nov 11, 2003 at 03:28:47PM -0500, Alan D. Cabrera wrote:
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From:	Cabrera, Alan
> >
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: n. alex rupp [] 
> >> 
> >> Some of their examples (like Alan C's post describing how he 
> >> took code from Elba for use in his JAAS implementation) 
> >> should raise some eyebrows.  
> >
> >I never stated that I took any code from Elba for use in my JAAS
> >implementation.
> Let me add a little color to my comment, we took no code from Elba.
> Dave and I never used Elba as a starting point for our security code.
> Dave and I have never even discussed what and how the Elba security code
> works.  Dave and I have never discussed anything about the Elba code in
> general.  Quite frankly, it never occurred to us to talk about Elba as
> we're kinda partial to OpenEJB.
> Dave made a mistake mentioning that Elba was part of our development
> process when what he meant to do was to simply put a flag up stating
> that he and I were working on the security system together.  I hope that
> I'm not putting words in David's mouth.

You're right on, Alan.  The point was to let people know we were working on it and that we
considering more than just the OpenEJB perspective.  That's what I get for using a word (take)
with over 33 definitions.

I was refering to 22.d, to consider.

As Dain, Alan, and others have said, there is no JAAS code in Geronimo, it's a standard part
of JDK 1.4.


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