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security at the bean instance level


I'm wanting to delevelop SECurity in J2EE environment (with war client access) and would like to know if there is a design-pattern for security at the entity bean instance level (would be per row of the entity bean table).

for instance let's say the product manages telecom lines, it is shipped to one carrier customer that allocates sub lines to sub-carriers; so only lines for a specific customer need to be readable/modifyable/manageable by this customer - that turns out that SEC need to be activated on a per entity bean instance basis. I see different solutions with extended programmatic security but wanted to know if somebody already had experience with this kind of need.

Thanks for any help,


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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2004 at 09:48 AM

    Hmmm...Sebastien this is a very interesting question and we are honoured that your first question was placed in our little corner of SDN. But it is completely out of scope for this forum. Maybe you want to try in the "Java Programming Forum". There you will find more experts for everything that starts with J. We are slightly lost as to what to answer.

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