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WebSphere Application Server Administration Using Jython by Noel J. Bergman, Arthur Kevin McGrath, Robert A. Gibson

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Chapter 12. Scripting and Security

The AdminApp, AdminConfig, and AdminTask scripting objects are all useful in configuring WebSphere security. In this chapter, we consider the following security items and present examples of scripted administration of these issues:

• Create / List / Modify / Remove JAAS (J2C) Aliases

• Enable / Disable Administrative Security

• Enable / Disable Application Security

• Map Java EE Roles to Users and/or Groups

• Enable / Disable Java 2 Security

• Configure Additional LDAP Hosts for Failover

• Federated Registries

• Configure Multiple Security Domains

WebSphere Security Basics

Addressing security is essential when administrating an application server. Your enemy does exist and is well trained, well funded, well ...

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