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From Ender Hikmet KILIÇOÐLU <en...@kilicoglu.nom.tr>
Subject YNT: thanks for jetspeed-2 cvs and some comments
Date Fri, 01 Aug 2003 14:50:47 GMT
Jaas maybe usefull for authentication but security concept need other logic
to implement like portlet security. I thing security and authentication are
different concepts.
Also I am not a JASS guru :)

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Kimden: Weaver, Scott [mailto:Sweaver@rippe.com]
Tarih: Friday, August 01, 2003 5:34 PM
Kime: 'Jetspeed Developers List'
Konu: RE: thanks for jetspeed-2 cvs and some comments


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Massimiliano Dessi [mailto:massimiliano.dessi@gruppoatlantis.com]
> Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 10:15 AM
> To: Jetspeed Developers List
> Subject: Re: thanks for jetspeed-2 cvs and some comments
> > Hi
> > After a short review I have a few question. Maybe I didnot clearly
> > understood some point.
> >
> > So Theree is no security layer design for now.
> Jaas ?

We were considering this, have you ever implemented JAAS?  It appears that
there is java environment information that needs to be altered to use JAAS,
which seems a bit outside what we really need to do.  I could be wrong as I
know very little about JAAS.  If you are willing help work on a JAAS
implementation for Jetspeed 2 we would be more than willing to take a look
at it again.

> Compliments to commiters for the mockobjects and the class test.

Thanks, we are trying ;)

> Anglonaweb it's built with a classtest for all classes (eXtreme
> Programming
> school ;-)  )
> and the result it's a code more robust.
> It's a more important that the deveoper of a class write  its test class
> (before to the class),
> if a test it's write by another person the test can not test the really
> work
> of a class.
> I suggest use of cruise control to operate a continuous integration , with
> a
> ant script
> the build and the test are launch and a page with a result of build
> (success
> or failed) and
> the result of the test are show.
> In this way  a developer can test immediately if a new integration break a
> build of the entire project.

Maven automatically runs all unit tests and generates test reports in both
text and XML format.  I don't know much about cruise control and I feel that
most of the developers will agree with we when I say we really don't want
learn yet another build tool, at least not right now.  Heck, I barely know
Maven ;)

> Sorry fo my bad english.
> Massimiliano Dessì
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