Websphere - Security Overview. Jonathan Yip. Terms. Websphere Application Developer(WSAD) -- It is a By-product of Eclipse -- Eclipse is an Open Source Development Tool J2EE 1.2 -- It is a Platform Enables Developers to Create Different parts of their
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Websphere Application Developer(WSAD)
-- It is a By-product of Eclipse
-- Eclipse is an Open Source Development Tool
-- It is a Platform Enables Developers to Create Different parts of their
Applications as Reusable Components.
Application Assembly Tool (AAT)
-- A Utility to Assist the J2EE Provider or J2E Deployer with the Generation
of J2EE-compliant Deployment Descriptors and Binding Attributes.
Attributes to Record:
Role and method permission
Run-as mode or delegation policy
Login configuration or challenge type
Data protection (confidentiality and integrity) settings
-- Global security (All applications)
-- Application security (Can specify on each application)
Overview of the Security Architecture:
1.) Define Business Role
2.) Create Security Constraints for Web Resources
3.) Define the Web Component Authentication for the Web Module
4.) Define Security Constraints and Assign them to Roles.
5.) Configure Delegation Role Policy
6.) Relate Roles to Users
Table Showing some Role and the Description
WebSphere security relies on and enhances all of the above security levels.
Other Security Features of Websphere