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Re: Security Management for Wildlfly (10 or 11) + ActiveMQ Artemis


Wildfly already has Artemis integration including security.  Artemis will
delegate authentication and authorization to a Wildfly security domain
("other" by default).  You shouldn't need to implement any interceptors
(which isn't ideal for security anyway) or JAAS login modules.  Wildfly
already has a bunch of login module implementations for various use-cases.
Check their documentation for more details on that.


Justin

On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 4:44 AM, FlorentG <florent.guillaume@xxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have to integrate the ActiveMQ Artemis messaging system in an existing
> based wildlfy application (currently on wildlfy 10).
> I successfully configured wildlfy to be able to create topics and queues
> but
> now I'm facing problems with security management.
>
> What is the best way to manage authorization of client
> connection/subscribtion ?
>
> I quick searched on forums and found 2 majors ways :
>
> Adding incoming/outgoing interceptors to the subsystem messaging in the
> wildlfy configuration (standalone.xml).
> Or
> Use JAAS Login Modules from Artemis, but I have no clue how to integrate
> them with wildlfy.
>
> Is there another way ? I'm a little bit confused with these possibilities.
>
> Thanks for any responses or advices :-)
>
>
>
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