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Security in ADF - http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16162_01/web.1112/e16182/adding_security.htm
Security along with Role management - http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/issue-archive/2012/12-jan/o12adf-1364748.html
Edited by: Sudipto Desmukh on May 15, 2012 2:37 PM
And in a tutorial format:
but there is a question wich should be clarified
users and roles are created with adf security and not stored on database ,so how can we deploy this espicialy in other sevrer than weblogic ??
When you deploy a production application the Users and Roles are going to be stores in an LDAP repository and the Java EE server is going to read those from there.
With ADF Security we basically hand off authentication to the WebLogic security system - it goes off and reads from whatever repository WebLogic is set up to use as the storage for the user/roles.
Watch the ADF Insider about ADF Security to learn more.
ok tkanks .
one more question how to configure the login session (duration,.....) using adf security ???
ok shay ,
but what happens if we use a other server than weblogic (webshere in my case) ???
i undestand that adf security can only be used with weblogic ,right ??
Can you read that sentence again?
Applications with credentials and policies in the jazn-data.xml and cwallet.sso files can be migrated to WebSphere. You will need to perform additional tasks in WebSphere.