Defining a J2EE role on Service Component Architecture components with WebSphere Integration Developer 6.0.1

Applying quality of service (QoS) security qualifiers to SCA components

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Bruno Charpentier

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: February 15, 2006

Service Component Architecture (SCA) lets you define policy and Quality Of Service (QoS) by abstracting from underlying transports, without requiring programming or changes to the services implementation code. Two of the QoS qualifiers concern the security permission and the security identity for defining J2EE roles on an SCA component. This article describes how to define the security permission and the security identity on SCA components with WebSphere® Integration Developer.

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