Do your web apps need to run in the servlet containers from different vendors? How do you manage their vendor specific security settings? I recently ran into this exact problem while developing StackHunter. Like me, you probably started with container-managed security as you have many times before. The pain probably started after you tried deploying to your second or third container and got worse from there. This is one of the problems with Java web apps — they aren’t portable between containers out-of-the-box. You can’t just take a war file from one vendor’s container and deploy it to another without configuring the security handlers in that vendor’s unique way. This article will show you how to replace the “standard” Java container-managed security with Spring Security to create a single, secure application that can be deployed to any servlet container.
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