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Project Open Provisioning ToolKit (OpenPTK) is as an open source User Provisioning Toolkit exposing Java API's, RESTful Web Services, JSP Taglibs, JSR-168 Portlets and WSDL-based Web Services with user self-service and administration examples. The architecture supports several pluggable back-end services including Oracle's Identity Manager, Sun's Identity Manager, Sun's Access Manager, JDBC and LDAPv3
Source repository for the Java EE Tutorial
Metro - Webservice toolkit
Security Tool for Java Developers
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The all-Java database JavaDB is known for its embeddability, but what about security? Can you put it out there for enterprise applications and keep data safe? Masoud Kalali shows the steps you can take to secure your JavaDB data.
March 20, 2007
The SPNEGO Glassfish Plugin enables Kerberos for Glassfish.
Costa Rica Java User Group
JUG Umbria
We are a large and active Java User Group in Singapore; we hold meeting every 6 to 8 weeks in central Singapore with guest speakers who present on a wide and varied topics associated with Java. We also have a lively mailing list, which we use as a discussion forum. We welcome all comers and levels; our goal is to provide a forum and a place where Java developers can discuss the language and all its associated APIs and to foster a community of Java developers within Singapore and beyond.
JAAS' limitations and assumptions have made it difficult to integrate with other enterprise technologies. However, by exposing it as a service, you can rely on JAAS in your SOA. Denis Pilipchuk shows how it's done.
February 6, 2007
Polish-speaking Java User Group in the capital of Poland - Warsaw
A Jini Based Desktop System
A Jini service starting framework
Denis Pilipchuk looks at JAAS' incomplete integration with Java EE And SOA, and assesses future directions for JAAS.
September 14, 2006