© Arjan Tijms, Teo Bais, and Werner Keil 2022
A. Tijms et al.The Definitive Guide to Security in Jakarta EEhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-7945-8_5

5. Jakarta Security

Arjan Tijms1  , Teo Bais2 and Werner Keil3
AMSTERDAM, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands
Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Bad Homburg vdH, Hessen, Germany

The previous two chapters dealt with Jakarta Authentication and Jakarta Authorization, which are the low-level APIs and SPIs on which the higher-level security functionality is built. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at Jakarta Security, which is the regular application developer facing part of security in Jakarta EE. Practically oriented readers can focus on this chapter and take a peek if needed for some of the underlying ...

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