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Ramandeep Singh Nanda

Driving security for ADF Essentials: Part 3

In the previous posts i have covered the API usage and configuration for fortress and a sample login process. In this post i will give an example of how to write your custom ELResolver to check for permission or roles.

The following snippet contains codes for custom ELResolver and helper ...

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

Driving security for ADF essentials:Part 2

In the previous post i discussed about fortress and its directory structure. In this post i will cover the configuration for securing ADF application, using fortress API, writing your own custom ELResolver for doing permission or role checks.

Configuration: Fortress uses a properties file fortress.properties for storing configuration that ...

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

Driving security for ADF Essentials: Part 1

In this post i will discuss a security solution that one can use to secure their ADF essentials or ADF application. The solution to secure the application utilizes OpenLDAP and fortress. Fortress provides both RBAC(Role based access control) and ARBAC(Administrative role based access control) and OpenLDAP serves as ...

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

Lost default values of bind variables set in ViewAccessor

Recently i ran into a situation where i had to specify a default value for bind variable in ViewAccessor  and access the value in the lookup view object. Upon analysis, I found that when i accessed the value using bind variable accessor, the value was always null but in the ...

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

ADF transaction handling for non database applications

ADF provides strong transaction handling mechanisms for database based applications which are backed by entity and view objects. But what if you have a application which does not use database ? How do you then detect changes to your data ?.  Let’s say you have a web service backed programmatic view ...