Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Part 2 of Developing Secure Applications With Sun Access Manager (openSSO), is out!

I finally got around to publishing my last article on fine-grained authorization using Web services.

Really cool that the netbeans folks featured it as a tutorial on netbeans.org

7 comments:

alex a said...

Great articles. Can you implement this using Fat clients?

Robert Skoczylas said...

For article 1 you can use the SDK that ships with Sun Access Manager or openSSO.

Article 2 abstracts the Access Manager level APIs with a Web service which you can invoke using a Web Services framework.

Both approaches support authentication and authorization.

thepopeofantelope said...

Robert, can you provide the example files for the first article?

Robert Skoczylas said...

Hi,
The sample configuration files for AM are available by clicking the links. There is a service XML and sample policy XML file. The full java source code is not available, just the snippets of code you see in the article. If you have any specific code questions let me know.

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