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From "Maksimenko Alexander" <maksime...@bird.cris.net>
Subject Re: Custom Policy file
Date Fri, 04 Apr 2003 06:16:12 GMT
Hi

> >How can I populate my policy permissions in web environment?
>
> Stick the policy file in $JAVA_HOME/jre/security is the easiest option.
>
> One alternative is to find a container, if there is any, that supports
> per-webapp policy files.  I'm not personally aware of any such
> container.
>
> Another alternative is as you say, to write your own policy
> implementation, run just your webapp on the server that uses this
> implementation, and stick your implementation high up in the classloader
> hierarchy.

It's very bad news for me :((
Do you know another security framework that can be run under Tomcat and be
more powerful and flexible than standard declarative security ?

>
> Yoav Shapira
> Millennium ChemInformatics

Alexander Maksimenko



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