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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

4.  Administering Security in Cluster Mode

5.  Managing Administrative Security

6.  Running in a Secure Environment

Determining Your Security Needs

Understand Your Environment

Hire Security Consultants or Use Diagnostic Software

Read Security Publications

Installing GlassFish Server in a Secure Environment

Enable the Secure Administration Feature

Remove Unused Components

Removing Installed Components

Procedure To Remove an Installed Component

Remove Services You Are Not Using

Run on the Web Profile if Possible

Securing the GlassFish Server Host

Securing GlassFish Server

Securing Applications

7.  Integrating Oracle Access Manager


Run on the Web Profile if Possible

If your applications can run on the Web Profile, use that instead of the Full Platform.

Java EE 6 introduced the concept of profiles. A profile is a collection of Java EE technologies and APIs that address specific developer communities and application types.

The following profiles are implemented through the distributions of GlassFish Server:

For the list of APIs in each profile, see Java EE 6 Standards Support in Oracle GlassFish Server 3.1-3.1.1 Release Notes.