... READ THE SPECS !!!! ... and then ask again, that is not what this forum is for.
security-constraints --> web.xml
a security-domain --> jboss-web.xml
READ THE SPECS
login-config, security-constraints --> web.xml of your webapp
Thank you. No need for bashing.
Sorry if the message does not belong here, but still hoping that the forum supposed to make it easy for people to help each other. Any ways, I've read the spec, researched the forums on the subject,
but the problem still exists. If anybody got it to work please HELP!!!!
I'm almost certain that it would help to simply look at working example of login-config.xml, jboss-service.xml, -service.xml, web.xml, jboss-web.xml (no other silly questions asked). So if anybody thinks that thay've got it to work, please attach the examples here!!!
Just a quick thing, that burned me on this for a while, make sure that your <url-pattern> in your web.xml application deployment descriptor is right.
Most examples (assuming for instance a war called public.war) use the following:
This would require that the requested URL actually be
What most expect is /public/index.jsp, so you use:
NOTE: The beginning '/' is REQUIRED for it to work right.
Hope this helps.
Oh, and BTW:
The objective here is to help people learn, not to discourage them by ranting about ability, or method.
Please, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it @ all.
P.S. Where is your JBOSS/Jetty implementation @, I'd LOVE to have a l00k @ it.