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Blog Archive for kumarjayanti during December 2009

Servlet 3.0 specification which is part of JavaEE 6 has many new features and some of them are in the area of security. The  post by Ron Monzillo gives a high level summary of the security features that he added in the Servlet 3.0 specification.  In this post i would like to focus on the aspect of Programmatically adding and configuring security for the servlet. Additionally i would...
Shing Wai's post explains the @ServletSecurity annotation that has been introduced newly in JavaEE 6 (Servlet 3.0 specification). The @ServletSecurity annotation provides an alternative mechanism for defining access control constraints equivalent to those that could otherwise have been expressed declaratively via security-constraint elements in the portable deployment descriptor. There is also a...
In this post i would like to provide a brief summary of some of the Propietary Features and implementation details of SAAJ 1.3.4 that are not necessarily related to the SAAJ API specifications.  Creating SOAPMessages with Very Large XML Payload The JavaDoc  of the API method SOAPMessage.saveChanges() poses a problem for the implementation by specifying that "All MIME headers in a...