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Expert Oracle and Java Security: Programming Secure Oracle Database Applications with Java by David Coffin

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Application Use of Oracle SSO

The presumptive requirement we are making in this chapter is that the user has authenticated on the client. The goal we have in our code is to leverage that existing authentication and make it available to application developers so that they can tap into Oracle SSO without burdening them with the inner workings.

I'm going to implement only one of the five options for Oracle SSO that we've examined. We will select a non-pooled connection with proxy session (refer to the doTest2() method in OraSSOTests.java). If you want to implement non-proxy connections or pooled connections, you should be able to do that easily enough based on the OraSSOTests.java code.

Our Example Application Oracle SSO

We will examine this from ...

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