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Securing WebLogic Server 12c by Rinaldi Vincenzo, Luca Masini

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Chapter 3. Java EE Security with WebLogic

In this chapter we will see how to implement the standard Java EE security in a WebLogic Enterprise application, with extensive use of real world examples, and finish with a fully complete Maven project that you can deploy with a goal into your development server.

Setting up an Enterprise Maven project

Now we will create, step-by-step, a secure application using Maven, the Oracle Maven plugin, and of course the WebLogic server. A prerequisite for this is that Maven 3 should be installed and properly configured. See the official Maven site for information about how to download and install Maven, at http://maven.apache.org.

Creating the modules with maven-archetype-plugin

The following are the steps we need ...

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