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IBM WebSphere Application Server v7.0 Security by Omar Siliceo

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JDBC: WebSphere-managed authentication

The next service pipeline (or back-end resource provider) that is going to be discussed is probably the most common resource for gathering and storing application data. WebSphere includes this resource under the generic term data access resources. The chief among them is the connectivity to application databases. Because each brand of database supported by WebSphere varies a great deal in terms of its configuration due to the database implementation by the vendor, this section will present brief general descriptions of a concept, followed by an example using one or two of the most popular databases used in a WebSphere v7 environment.

Protocol(s)

The protocol used to communicate with application databases that ...

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