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== JPA-RS Security ==
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JPA-RS does not implement any security within its service methods. Users wishing to use JPA-RS within production application should secure access to the JPA-RS services using standard URL pattern security policies. This page illustrates how this can be done.
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[[EclipseLink/Release/2.4.0/JPA-RS | JPA-RS]] does not implement any security within its service methods. Users wishing to use JPA-RS within production application should secure access to the JPA-RS services using standard URL pattern security policies. This page illustrates how this can be done.
  
 
== Securing JPA-RS in GlassFish ==
 
== Securing JPA-RS in GlassFish ==

Latest revision as of 13:02, 21 June 2012

JPA-RS does not implement any security within its service methods. Users wishing to use JPA-RS within production application should secure access to the JPA-RS services using standard URL pattern security policies. This page illustrates how this can be done.

[edit] Securing JPA-RS in GlassFish

When the JPA-RS library is added to a web applications WEB-INF/lib folder its web-fragment.xml is used to augment the application's web.xml mapping the JAX-RS (Jersey) servlet available. The web application developer can use standard web.xml security configuration to control what URL9s) and HTTP methods can be invoked.

[edit] web.xml Example

In this example all access to JPA-RS for GET, PUT, POST, and DELETE are limited to users with the JPA-RS security role.

<!-- Securing JPA-RS  -->
<security-constraint>
	<display-name>JPA-RS Security</display-name>
	<web-resource-collection>
		<web-resource-name>JPARSPermissions</web-resource-name>
		<url-pattern>/persistence/*</url-pattern>
	</web-resource-collection>
	<auth-constraint>
		<role-name>JPA-RS</role-name>
	</auth-constraint>
</security-constraint>
<login-config>
	<auth-method>BASIC</auth-method>
	<realm-name>file</realm-name>
</login-config>
<security-role>
	<role-name>JPA-RS</role-name>
</security-role>


[edit] GlassFish: sun-web.xml

Within the GlassFish server the additional mapping from Java EE security role to the GlassFish secuity group is required.

<security-role-mapping>
	<role-name>JPA-RS</role-name>
	<group-name>JPA-RS</group-name>
</security-role-mapping>