|tagger||Shawn McKinney <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jun 22 08:14:26 2017 -0500|
[maven-release-plugin] copy for tag 2.0.0
|author||Shawn McKinney <email@example.com>||Thu Jun 22 08:14:03 2017 -0500|
|committer||Shawn McKinney <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jun 22 08:14:03 2017 -0500|
[maven-release-plugin] prepare release 2.0.0
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This document contains instructions to download and install the Apache Fortress Realm. SECTION 3 contains steps to get it working with Apache Tomcat.
Minimum hardware requirements:
Minimum software requirements:
Everything else covered in steps that follow. Tested on Debian, Centos & Windows machines.
a. from git:
git clone --branch 2.0.0 https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-realm.git cd directory-fortress-realm mvn clean install
b. or download package:
wget http://www.apache.org/dist/directory/fortress/dist/2.0.0/fortress-realm-2.0.0-source-release.zip unzip fortress-realm-2.0.0-source-release.zip cd fortress-realm-2.0.0 mvn clean install
If using java 8, add this param to the pom.xml:
<plugin> ... <artifactId>maven-javadoc-plugin</artifactId> <configuration> <additionalparam>-Xdoclint:none</additionalparam> ... </configuration> </plugin>
There are two options for web app usage of the fortress realm:
Option 1 requires web apps to be dependent on the fortress realm libs but enables usage of the fortress RBAC programmatic authZ apis. It allows multiple realms, each of a different type and version, to be enabled within a single Tomcat instance.
Option 2 frees the web app from entanglement with fortress libs, which is easier to manage, but doesn't allow fortress api usage. It limits to a single realm instance, enabled globally, which might not agree with multitenant requirements.
|Realm Type||Is Global Security?||Is Declarative?||Is RBAC APIs?||Multiple Realms Supported?||Fortress Dependencies?|
enable Java EE security for a single web app running under Tomcat
enable Java EE security for all web apps running under Tomcat