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From Nathan Maves <Nathan.Ma...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Alternatives to J2EE Authentication
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2004 04:26:59 GMT
http://securityfilter.sourceforge.net/

This is perfect!  Not container specific!


On Feb 26, 2004, at 4:19 PM, Steven J. Owens wrote:

> Hi folks,
>
>      The most common (and frustrating) bookmarked login page gotcha
> with J2EE authentication has been oft-discussed (broken as designed)
> on this list.
>
>      What are people's favorite alternatives to J2EE authentication?
> And why?
>
>      Something I'm particularly interested is alternatives that don't
> require me to rebuild the application from scratch.  I'm looking at
> tearing out the old login process and putting in a new one and I don't
> really want to start the whole thing over.
>
>      If I had to build it from scratch myself, I'd do it as a simple
> Servlet filter that checks for a Principal object stored in the user's
> HttpSession.
>
> -- 
> Steven J. Owens
> puff@darksleep.com
>
> "I'm going to make broad, sweeping generalizations and strong,
>  declarative statements, because otherwise I'll be here all night and
>  this document will be four times longer and much less fun to read.
>  Take it all with a grain of salt." - Me at http://darksleep.com
>
>
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