I have a servlet in a WAS6.0 application server (server A). It calls a remote ejb in
another WAS6.0 application server (server B) on another machine. If I do not
secure the ejb, the call is successful. But when I enable the Global Security of
server B, set security access on the ejb, and call the ejb from the server ...
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answered yet. hi, I'm using Websphere 6.1 in Red Hat. I deployed an application
that can be ...
Jul 18, 2006 ... Hi, I am trying to invoke a secured EJB (Session bean) deployed in a Websphere
application server (say Server-B) from another EJB, deployed in different
WebSphere application Server (say Server-A). In Both servers, the Global
security is enabled and both the servers are using same LDAP server as User ...
hello, I have one machine with WPS 6.1 with process map and another with WAS
6.0 and i have also enabled security on both the servers ( using same repository
on both). When trying to access secure ejb from 6.0 to 6.1 getting communication
error. 12/18/08 15:06:14:909 EST 0000002c SystemErr R ...
Background In short, this is what I am trying to do. I have a thin Java client trying
to access certain EJB's in a WebSphere V5 application server. One of the EJBs is
secure and the second unsecure. This is the code I am writing to access the
unsecure EJB Hashtable env = new Hashtable();
The event dispatching thread is not currently running under the logged in Subject
. In order to access any EJB resources, it currently looks like each call will have to
execute as a priviledged action using the WSSubject.doAs calls. Is there any way
to associate the event dispatching thread with the Subject, ...
Jul 30, 2008 ... This article provides a basic understanding of how EJB communication works in
the context of WebSphere Application Server. Communication into and out of the
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components involved in making calls to EJB components deployed in the ...
Our login module is never invoked. How can we configure JAAS authentication
for JMX remote calls in Websphere ? Problem 2 : After a remote call to secured
EJB, we cannot invoke a JMX connect. Priorly to remote call to JMX in SAMPLE 1
, if we first performed an EJB lookup using a JNDI context build for ...
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The JAAS invocation model consists of the caller (for example, a WebSphere
Application Server container runtime) alternately calling JAAS ...
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