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Chapter 26. Managing the WebLogic Securi... > Securing Your WebLogic Applications

Securing Your WebLogic Applications

J2EE specifies a component programming model for security that supports both APIs (programmatic security) and declared properties (declarative security). In the declarative security model, deployment descriptors are the primary vehicle for specifying security constraints for Web and EJB applications in a form that’s external to the application and enforced by J2EE containers.

WebLogic Server is fully compliant to support the declarative security model for J2EE Web and EJB applications, allowing security constraints specified in deployment descriptors (web.xml, weblogic.xml, ejb-jar.xml, and weblogic-ejb-jar.xml) to be integrated into its security service. However, this approach does require you to redeploy an application if security changes are made to the deployment descriptors so that they can be reintegrated into the WebLogic Security Service.


  

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