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roger

First of all thanks a lot for this article.

I have a very similar scenario running on JBoss 5.1 GA with a custom jdbc security domain. I define the security domain to be used in jboss.xml instead of using the JBoss specific SecurityDomain annotation. This works nicely as long as I try to run my app with java webstart. I always receive "javax.ejb.EJBAccessException: Caller unauthorized". Does anybody have any ideas to solve that?

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Hi,

I am trying to secure a EJB(based on EJb3 spec) and facing somes issues with it.

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Which deals with EJB 3 Security, from Glassfish to JBoss 5.0.0.GA. There are two aspects to EJB 3 security: authentication and authorization. Authorization (namely restricting access to bean methods to a given role or roles) turns out to be completely portable and no code changes were required.

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