Before you begin
After you have installed a Web application as a WAR archive or exploded directory, it is displayed in the Administration Console Deployments table, where you can configure JASPIC properties for this Web application.
The Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers (JASPIC) specification (Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers) defines a service provider interface (SPI) by which Authentication Configuration Providers that implement message authentication mechanisms can be integrated in server Web application message processing containers or runtimes.
A table that lists the deployments currently installed on WebLogic Server appears in the right pane. The Type column specifies whether a deployment is an Enterprise application, a Web application, or an EJB module.
By default, JASPIC is disabled for Web applications. To enable JASPIC for this Web application, select one of the existing Authentication Configuration Providers from the drop-down list.