Protecting JavaBeans in JSF applications

This five-part series of articles introduces Acegi Security System and demonstrates how to use Acegi to secure enterprise Java applications. This final article of the series continues a discussion of using Acegi to secure JSF applications. In Part 4 I showed how you can secure a JavaServer Faces (JSF) page using Acegi without writing any Java code. I also provided an in-depth explanation of events that happen when you deploy your JSF-Acegi application and when a user accesses it. This time I focus on techniques for securing JavaBeans in your JSF applications.

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