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For more information, see Customizing HTTP Error Responses.
The following table describes the elements you can define within an element provides information on a tag library that is used by a JSP page within the Web application.
This allows the servlet code to look up a resource by a "virtual" name that is mapped to the actual location at deployment time. These define the area of the Web application to which this security constraint is applied. The following table describes the elements you can define within a element to configure how the user is authenticated; the realm name that should be used for this application; and the attributes that are needed by the form login mechanism.
If this element is present, the user must be authenticated in order to access any resource that is constrained by a You can define multiple authentication methods as a comma separated list to provide a fall-back mechanism.
The optional content of this element must be a positive integer indicating the order in which the servlet should be loaded. If no value is specified, or if the value specified is not a positive integer, Web Logic Server can load the servlet in any order during application startup.
to an alternative role name that is hard-coded in the servlet logic.
The following table describes the element you can define within a element specifies a mapping between an error code or exception type to the path of a resource in the Web application.
Web Logic Server takes the certificate information from that header, trusting that is came from a secure source (the plug-in) and uses that information to authenticate the user.
For this reason, if you set , use a connection filter to ensure that Web Logic Server accepts connections only from the machine on which the plug-in is running.
This extra layer of abstraction allows the servlet to be configured at deployment without changing servlet code.
The following table describes the elements you can define within a elements.
For more information, see "Filters and the Request Dispatcher" in the servlet 3.0 specification at Location within the Web application for a small and large image used to represent the servlet in a GUI tool. Currently, this element is not used by Web Logic Server.