I have a very urgent problem:
I am using Orbeon XForms to create some xml-files. Orbeon is installed
JForum is installed as well.
I am very new to all this so used an mysql Database to store the user-
information from the JForum.
The user who are registered to that forum are allowed to use my XForm.
I made this possible by letting Tomcat´s authentication / security
constraints use data in the mysql table..
Everything works fine!
But my Web-App(orbeon) uses REST-Interface to get acces to my eXist
database(there are also my xqueries).
When I started this project, I didn´t know how to do all this...so I
made everything "READABLE" to everyone ..(just for testing).
But now I need to mapp the same users, that are in the table above to
Does anyone know, how ???
> But my Web-App(orbeon) uses REST-Interface to get acces to my eXist
> database(there are also my xqueries).
> When I started this project, I didn´t know how to do all this...so I
> made everything "READABLE" to everyone ..(just for testing).
The question is: do you really need this? In most cases I've seen, there is
an eXist user (just 1) dedicated to your application which is used by your
application when interacting with eXist, and that user owns all the data
used by the application in eXist.
An alternative would be to store your users in eXist and use the eXist
XmldbRealm, but since you already have your users in MySQL (or maybe even
need to have those users there), I would just go with using a specific
application-related user for your interactions with eXist.
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