Securing BlazeDS destinations using custom Tomcat REALM authentication

I was planning to write a post on how to secure BlazeDS/LCDS destination using custom REALM authentication in Tomcat. Before wrting, I searched for articles on this topic and found good articles on how to do the same. I thought of including the URLs to those articles instead of writing a new article.

You can find details on how to create a custom authentication class for Tomcat at this URL

http://lekkimworld.com/2005/07/29/1122648646441.html

BlazeDS developer guide has a awesome article with sample on how to secure your destinations based on Tomcat Realm authentication. Please find article at this URL

Configuration: http://livedocs.adobe.com/blazeds/1/blazeds_devguide/services_security_3.html

Basic authentication: http://livedocs.adobe.com/blazeds/1/blazeds_devguide/services_security_4.html

Custom authentication: http://livedocs.adobe.com/blazeds/1/blazeds_devguide/services_security_5.html

Secure your destinations🙂

2 Responses to Securing BlazeDS destinations using custom Tomcat REALM authentication

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  2. Prabhdeep Singh says:

    Hi Sujit,
    I am creating an application in flex using BlazeDS and Java services where i do not want relocate to login page after refreshing the home page.
    can you just help me out with the following query?

    How to keep the flex application in current page after refreshing it from the browser or by pressing F5 key?

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