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I have a LDAP login module implementing javax.security.auth.spi.LoginModule. This login module works well with tomcat and weblogic, if I configure the JVM arguments -Djava.security.auth.login.config and -Djava.security.policy to pont to the login.conf and access.policy files. The login.conf file has the below content
FREEWAY_SERV
com.wipro.freeway.security.LdapLoginModule required debug=true portal=false;
FREEWAY_PORT
com.wipro.freeway.security.LdapLoginModule required debug=true portal=true;
The application uses these login modules by passing Name of the JAAS configuration (FREEWAY_SERV or FREEWAY_PORT).
I would like to use the same login modules and code in Oracle application sever 10.1.3 and I haven't got any success yet.
Could anybody please help me to get this right?
Thanks in advance.
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vinayalva

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Hi,
in OracleAs bet is to use Enterprise Manager to configure the login module. The LoginModule needs to be configured in the system-jazn-data.xml file, which is located in teh j2ee/home/config directory of the OC4J you use. Enterprise Manager does this all for you.
In your application deployment the orion-application.xml file needs to specify that a custom LoginModule should be used. Again ENterprise Manager does it for you.
To use the LoginModule e.d. for J2EE authentication, just make sure that the application name of the J2EE deployment matches the name of the LoginModule configuration
If you want to use pure JAAS you may have to change the OC4J properties file in the j2ee/home/config directory. Best suggestion to give is to get the online documentation for OC4J security
Frank

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