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[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

  • From: Bill Shannon <bill.shannon@...>
  • To: jsr342-experts@...
  • Subject: [jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal
  • Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 16:06:52 -0800

Werner Keil wrote on 01/30/12 15:31:
Looks good.

It seems similar to resource filtering done by common build systems like Maven
or Ant.

Where is the actual value taken from, or would that be left to each 
implementation?

The actual value of the password could be stored in some product-specific
location, or it could be provided with the application in some sort of
secure storage facility, e.g., a PKCS#12 keystore file.  If there's support
for the general approach, we'll provide more details on the latter (see
the open issues at the end of the paper).


[jsr342-experts] password aliasing proposal

Bill Shannon 01/30/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Werner Keil 01/30/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Bill Shannon 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Jeff Genender 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Florent BENOIT 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Jevgeni Kabanov 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Werner Keil 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Antonio Goncalves 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Werner Keil 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

David Blevins 01/31/2012

[jsr342-experts] Re: password aliasing proposal

Bill Shannon 01/31/2012
 
 
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