RDBMS Realm: General
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The RDBMS security realm is a BEA-provided custom security realm that stores users, groups, and access control lists (ACLs) in a relational database. Use this page to define a name for the realm and specify the name of the WebLogic class that implements the RDBMS security realm. The Java class needs to be in the CLASSPATH of WebLogic Server.
When using the RDBMS security realm, you must configure a Caching realm. When configuring the Caching realm, select the RDBMS security realm as the Basic realm. The Basic attribute defines the association between the Caching realm and the RDBMS security realm.
To use the RDBMS security realm, you need to use Compatibility security. The use of the RDBMS security realm is deprecated in WebLogic Server 7.0.
Name Description Name
The name of this RDBMS realm.
The name of the Java class that implements the RDBMS security realm.
This class should be included in the CLASSPATH of WebLogic Server.
- Configure RDBMS security realms
- Define RDBMS security realm database attributes
- Define RDBMS security realm database schema
- Configure Caching realms