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Securing JavaServer Faces Applications -- Chapter 15, JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference

Adding security to applications can be confusing, but by leveraging JavaServer Faces you can streamline the process. This excerpt shows you how. You'll learn some high-level security concepts as well as the fundamentals of the security features provided by the Java EE Platform Web tier.

As a registered member of SearchAppSecurity.com, you're entitled to a complimentary copy of Chapter 15 of JavaServer Faces The Complete Reference written by Chris Schalk, Ed Burns and James Holmes and published by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media.

This chapter, "Securing JavaServer Faces Applications," introduces some high-level security concepts and then reviews the fundamentals of the security features provided by the Java EE Platform Web tier.

JavaServer Faces

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Ideal for the 3 million-plus Java developers, this fast-paced tutorial offers in-depth coverage of JavaServer Faces (JSF) -- Sun Microsystem's Web application architecture for the future. Co-written by the #1 JSF experts in the Java community, this book offers the most complete resource on JSF available. The book has extensive coverage on JSF custom component development. It serves as a thorough introduction to Ajax technology and techniques. And it has numerous custom JSF component examples, including Ajax-enabled components.

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This was last published in October 2006

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