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WebLogic Server Application Security - Implementing the Superstition With ADF Security
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development
Owner: Peter Koletzke
Date: 2013-06-01
Subtopic: Tips and Techniques

Designing user access to specific parts of your application is important for all types of applications, but security plays an even larger role in web applications that are usually open to access from a wider user base. Oracle WebLogic Server, a Java EE runtime container, provides Oracle Platform Security Services, which enables developers to use standard Java security libraries to implement access control in their applications.

This session explains application security concerns and techniques and discusses and demonstrates how to set up security support for ADF web applications. It also discusses how to store user credentials, tap into existing Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) providers, and declare access for resources such as pages, task flows, and business components. It also describes how to set up declarative properties to hide or disable items based for specific user roles.

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