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Access control

2 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-16 15:09:40.0Z
Andreas S. Brunvoll Posted on 2000-03-16 14:49:53.0Z
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Are there any preferred/recommended way of handling access control (user managing) when access is related to entities in the database, and not methods on EJB-components?

Andreas


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-03-16 15:09:40.0Z
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If you want to control access at the database level, you could use proxyable caches which will pass the userid to the back-end.  See the Getting Started documentation for details.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division
 
"Andreas S. Brunvoll" <abr@avenir.no> wrote in message news:38D0F491.7F0D4772@avenir.no...
Are there any preferred/recommended way of handling access control (user managing) when access is related to entities in the database, and not methods on EJB-components?

Andreas