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Securing WebLogic Server 12c by Rinaldi Vincenzo, Luca Masini

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Chapter 1. WebLogic Security Concepts

Security is a complex matter, and Java EE is not an exception to this rule. To make things even more complicated, WebLogic extends standard security with some important and useful features that will be explored in this chapter; they are as follows:

  • Identity Assertion
  • Credential Mappers
  • Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers (JASPIC) and Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS)

General concept of security in Java EE

Java standard security is implemented with the security manager and policy files, and is extended by the Java Enterprise Edition in a completely transparent way for the developer; like every other service offered by the platform.

If you are an Enterprise Bean developer, ...

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