I'm interested in using JMX and JSR 160 and tried to understand the
I know the basics of Java 2 Security but don't have much practice so
please excuse me if I'm wrong.
I looked into mx4j and I'm impressed. Good work!
A note about the documentation:
It's very good and I found what I needed when I knew what I needed.
But I had a hard time starting. Reading the mailing list I found a
about how to design the high level architecture of a managing solution
(how to connect multiple JMX Servers of different apllication and a
central JMX-Management server).
Using that Information I knew to look for JMXRMIConnector and the JSR
Add a small chapter to the documentation called "JMX Blueprints" or
the like just
scatching typical JMX Usages and necessary components.
For example simple standalone usage with/without Http- or other
adaptors, a simple
multiple applications and one JMX-Console setup, e.g.
Now my problem:
AFAIK for the Subject to have SubjectDelegationPermission it should be o.k.
if one (!) Principal implies that Permission but the loop used in
checkSubjectDelegationPermission seems to need ALL Principals to
imply that Permission.
Did I miss something?
Thanx for the good work!
Carsten Heyl cal (AT) pixelboxx.de
Pixelboxx GmbH http://www.pixelboxx.de/
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