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  • How-to using Swing HTTPInvoker and Acegi?

    I'm looking at developing an app with a Swing front-end, communicating with Tomcat using Spring's HTTPInvoker. The user guide is pretty good about explaining how to set up the basics for this, however the issue I'm primarily concerned with is security. I was hoping someone to get some advice on how to use HTTPInvoker with Basic Authentication for remote requests. I suspect there's a solution in here using Swing/HTTPInvoker/Acegi but I'd like to see some examples, hear of any issues encountered from others, etc.

    I haven't considered much the topic of SSL but I understand that HTTPClient can help there.

    Again, any suggestions are welcome.
    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Check out this URL: http://opensource2.atlassian.com/con...y/RCP/Security. I think that is exactly what you need. I have set up HttpInvoker using BasicAuth with the help of this doc.

    I am now stuck on how to give the BasicAuth login information to my Stateless Session Beans for the JNDI Lookup... If you have any help for this in return?

    Cheers,
    Chris

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