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J2EE™ Security for Servlets, EJBs and Web Services: Applying Theory and Standards to Practice by Pankaj Kumar

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EJB Security Mechanisms

EJB technology promotes the following development model: Bean Providers develop EJBs; Application Assemblers assemble EJBs into working applications; Deployers deploy these applications to specific J2EE App Servers; and Administrators look after day-to-day operations such as adding new users, assigning them appropriate privileges, monitoring system performance, and so on.

For this model to work, a player in one role must make security decisions in such a manner that these decisions don't become overly restrictive for subsequent operations by a player in a different role. For example, a bean provider must not assume the existence of a particular account management system, for the choice of a particular account management ...

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