With the arrival of BEA WebLogic Server 7.0, a new security architecture with improved and expanded security features was introduced. The primary goal of that new architecture is to let you plug in security providers from different security vendors and to let them cooperate seamlessly with â¦
Weblogic 11g custom LoginModule. 757568 Mar 4, 2010 8:41 PM Hello experts! I have implemented a custom JAAS LoginModule, but I can't find any documentation how to register this module in WebLogic 11g (I think the server version is 10). Could you briefly explain how to do this or send some link?
Jun 14, 2012 Â· Re: javax.security.auth.login.LoginException: unable to find LoginModule class Pallavi Chaudhari Jun 14, 2012 6:34 AM ( in response to Hardew ) Thanks Hardew.
Note: WebLogic Server provides an implementation of the LoginModule (weblogic.security.auth.login. UsernamePasswordLoginModule). BEA recommends that you use this implementation for JAAS authentication in WebLogic Server Java clients, however, you can develop your own LoginModule. Listing 3-3 shows how to call the WebLogic Server LoginModule.
LoginModule describes the interface implemented by authentication technology providers. LoginModules are plugged in under applications to provide a particular type of authentication. While applications write to the LoginContext API, authentication technology providers implement the LoginModule interface. A Configuration specifies the LoginModule(s) to be used with a particular login application.
Therefore, if a principal that represents a WebLogic Server user named âJoeâ is added to the subject by one Authentication providerâs LoginModule, any other Authentication provider in the security realm should be referring to the same person when they encounter âJoeâ.
You have to create WebLogic-specific Principal objects in your LoginModule, so the part creating Principal is pretty much bound to WebLogic. What I have not tried is doing the configuration manually. I did it the WebLogic-way, generating a MBean and using WebLogic's web â¦
Dec 22, 2017 Â· We are trying to do Single-Sign-On by reading user logged in account name and submit it to Weblogic container for authentication. We are using ping federator with that we are able to get all the user details and setting all the details in Http Session and trying to get it inside Custom Authentication LoginModule.I am unable to get the request inside my custom authentication login module.