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From Tomba Rakesh <tomba_rak...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Jetspeed2 Security
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2005 04:09:06 GMT
Hi Randy
Thanks for clarifying my doubt....
Could you please tell me the steps for portlet permission. I tried on "portlet.xml" and "web.xml",
but it does not work.
Any related link may also helps us.

Randy Watler <watler@wispertel.net> wrote:

>WEB-INF/pages/page.security is actually usefull, so that specific user could be assign
to view, edit the page. My understanding so far regarding "page.security" is that, user can
view the page, "adding/removing/change position" portlets to the page. So "page.security"
is the security applies to all pages, please correct me if I am wrong.
The "page.security" and related PSML tags operate 
on the page level and control "view" and "edit" permssions for the page, 
not portlet permissions.

>But I would like to protect the portlets individually.
>How to assign permissions to a particular portlet "p1" so that the specified users (u1,
u2) and groups (g1, g2) can access it.
As mentioned by David Le Strat on this thread, take a look at the 
portlet standard declarative security. In general, this level of 
security is considered more a portlet responsibility than something a 
portal should implement. However, over time I suspect that the two 
concerns will develop a tighter interface.


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