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Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1 Security Guide
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1.  Administering System Security

2.  Administering User Security

3.  Administering Message Security

About Message Security in GlassFish Server

Security Tokens and Security Mechanisms

Authentication Providers

Message Protection Policies

Application-Specific Web Services Security

Message Security Administration

Message Security Tasks

Message Security Roles

System Administrator

Application Deployer

Application Developer/Assembler

Sample Application for Web Services

Enabling Default Message Security Providers for Web Services

To Enable a Default Server Provider

To Enable a Default Client Provider

Configuring Message Protection Policies

Message Protection Policy Mapping

To Configure the Message Protection Policies for a Provider

Setting the Request and Response Policy for the Application Client Configuration

Administering Non-default Message Security Providers

To Create a Message Security Provider

To List Message Security Providers

To Update a Message Security Provider

To Delete a Message Security Provider

To Configure a Servlet Layer Server Authentication Module (SAM)

Enabling Message Security for Application Clients

Additional Information About Message Security

4.  Administering Security in Cluster Mode

5.  Managing Administrative Security

6.  Running in a Secure Environment

7.  Integrating Oracle Access Manager


Enabling Message Security for Application Clients

The message protection policies of client providers must be configured such that they are equivalent to the message protection policies of the server-side providers they will be interacting with. This is already the situation for the providers configured (but not enabled) when GlassFish Server is installed.

To enable message security for client applications, modify the GlassFish Server specific configuration for the application client container. The process is analogous to the process in Configuring Message Protection Policies.