This is great news, we'll have the code
posted and a guide on how to use our sample application that does login
to either a Java KeyStore or the Operating System shortly.
The older security pages are definitely
dated - I'll find out how to get them into a more relevant state and pointing
at the wiki.
Jeff McAffer/Ottawa/IBM wrote on 07/16/2007 11:50:41
> Matt/Eric, >
> After talking with Janet yesterday/today, the blockage around the
> JAAS code CQ has been cleared and you are now ok to put the code
> mentioned in CQ 1549 in the Equinox incubator CVS repo. Woohoo!
> Congratulations and thanks for your patience. >
> Please work with Oleg and the Equinox community (likely via equinox-
> dev) to ensure the code gets in, in the right place/form and is
> widely publicized as being available. In particular, it would
> good if you can reach out to Neil Bartlett (EclipseJAAS) and the
> others who have expressed interest/expertise in this area to get
> some review and look for opportunities for better, deeper
> integration and addressing further usecases. >
> Please also ensure that the website and wikis are updated. The
> Security workarea information seems a bit dated and does not have
> highlevel items pointing one in the direction of your latest work.
> The website does not point to the wiki. it would be great if
> wiki/web (likely wiki) had "how to" guides for using this
> function, wiki pages with JAAS, JCA, ... in the title would be good,
> Anyway, this is great! There will be alot of people very excited
about this. >