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Commentators regard multitenancy as an important feature of cloud computing.
For an overview of how fortress multitenancy works:
Fortress Realm uses the tenant id inside the context.xml file:
<Context path="/commander" reloadable="true"> <Realm className="org.apache.directory.fortress.realm.tomcat.Tc7AccessMgrProxy" defaultRoles="" containerType="TomcatContext" realmClasspath="" contextId="HOME" /> </Context>
Fortress Rest uses the tenant id found inside the request contextId element:
<FortRequest> <contextId>acme123</contextId> <entity xsi:type="permission" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <objName></objName> <opName></opName> </entity> </FortRequest>
Why are there are two locations for setting the tenant id?