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From David Jencks <david_jen...@yahoo.com>
Subject How does jetspeed security work from web-app viewpoint?
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2006 19:19:11 GMT
I'm trying to figure out why my attempt to use the JAAS login to  
supply the subject for jetspeed security in geronimo doesn't work and  
could use a hint about how jetspeed security is supposed to work from  
the viewpoint of a web (not portlet) application.

What appears to me to be happening is that pressing the login button  
on the jetspeed "first page" results in a call to the web server that  
is authenticated and logs in, but that this call does not result in  
any access to the portal itself, and the subsequent calls to the  
portal that result in portlet rendering are not authenticated.  I'm  
not sure I understand how redirects work, but my weak-kneed attempts  
to understand the LoginRedirectorServlet seem to be consistent with  
this.  I also don't see any security constraints on the jetspeed  

If this is correct it seems to me that there is no way to enforce any  

Assuming this analysis has some relationship to what is happening, is  
it possible to set up the security so that access that requires login  
is done through a resource subject to a security constraint?

Any hints about what is actually going on would be greatly appreciated.

david jencks

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