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Compatibility security refers to the capability to run security configurations from WebLogic Server 6.x in this version of WebLogic Server. In Compatibility security, you configure 6.x security realms, define users, groups, and ACLs, manage the protection of user accounts, and install custom auditing providers. The only security realm available in Compatibility security is the CompatibilityRealm. This page allows you to define the general configuration of the CompatibilityRealm for this WebLogic Server domain.
The Auditing provider installed from this page must be an
implementation of the
weblogic.security.audit interface. This
interface is deprecated in this release of WebLogic Server. The
guest user is automatically provided in Compatibility
security. When authorization is not required, WebLogic Server assigns the
guest identity to an client, thus giving the client access to
any resources that are available to the
guest user. A client
can log in as the
guest user by entering
as the username and password when prompted by a Web browser or in a Java
client. By default, the
guest account is disabled. For a more
secure deployment, BEA recommends running WebLogic Server with the
guest account disabled.
|Audit Provider Class||
The name of the Java class that implements a 6.x Auditing provider. The Auditing provider must be an implementation of the weblogic.security.audit.AuditProvider interface. This interface is only available in Compatibility mode.
Indicates whether guest logins can be used to access WebLogic resources in this WebLogic Server domain.