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  • ¿Examples of using Acegi without Spring in standalone app?

    Hello,
    we are currently designing the security "module" of a standalone application written as an Eclipse RCP app (that app is being designed now too by a group of persons located near me). It is not planned to use Spring for the app.
    ¿Do you know about any tutorial or example or anything related to this context? -> Standalone Java Application + Acegi (without Spring). The applications will access the business logic through EJB invocations.

    Thanks in advance

  • #2
    You'd be best off using the security model of your EJB server.

    As I've said elsewhere on these forums, I wouldn't use EJBs in any new application unless they're (a) politically required or (b) you have a major existing investment in custom EJBs that are too difficult to port to POJOs.

    Acegi Security adds value to Spring-powered applications. I can't picture what extra value it would add on the server-side if you're only got EJBs running.

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    • #3
      can we use Acegi for standalone..?

      I hope Ben Alex read this post
      can we use Acegi for standalone..?
      can u post sample code

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