JPA Security was specially built as an Access Control Solution for the Java Persistence API.
It was designed to enable you to configure access control to your JPA Entity Beans based on the currently authenticated user and its roles via XML or Annotations.
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Access to Resources
A very common use case for security is to grant and deny access to resources.
An example for that would be a booking application, where you can grant and deny access to a specific room for a specific time period (in case you want to allow each user only to book a room during specific times).
Custom Access Control
JPA Security is based on the Spring Access Security Framework. Hence you can extend the existing Spring Access Security Concepts to apply those in your JPA Security implementation.
With JPA Security you can also develop more complex scenarios.
For example, you can create roles and permissions in your JPA Entities and grant and deny access to those roles or permissions to a certain user.
Since version 1.0.0 JPA Security supports XML based configuration and the latest version still support the old XML configuration and Annotations support.
The JPA Security Model
The Access Control Model
JPA Security is based on the Spring Access Security Model. This means that you have to extend the AccessSecurityContext class of the Spring Access Security Framework.
There are two types of security contexts. The implementation type of JPA Security, and the abstract type of the Spring Access Security Framework.
You can implement your own security implementation by extending the abstract security model.
JPA security API
JPA Security includes the following classes:
This is the base class for the JPA Security implementation. You can extend this class in order to implement your own security context class.
You have to define the Access Control Model of your JPA Entity. The default Model is defined in the AbstractAccessSecurityContext class. You have to override this model for a different Access Control Model.
The security context.
This class contains all user specific data.
This class is the mandatory implementation class of the AbstractAccessSecurityContext class.
You can use the JpaUserDetailsService to obtain a UserDetails object from the current security context.
In this example we defined a new Role for the currently authenticated user. You can extend JpaUserDetailsService to create and extend a custom implementation of a UserDetailsService.
This class wraps the Spring Security Context providing security attributes and the security context to the Spring Access Security Framework.
The JpaAccessSecurityContextFactory extends the
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Provides the security functionality of the JPA specification, including access control for Entity beans (i.e. Entities), queries, Session beans (i.e. ManagedContexts), and queries. This includes the ability to control access to service methods, fields, and properties, including if the access is permitted by a role.
Preconfigured JPA Security Models, e.g.
Access control to Entity Beans: If a user is authenticated, and has a role that permits access to a given Entity Bean, then that user will have access to all of the fields and properties of that Entity Bean.
Access control to queries: If a user is authenticated, and has a role that permits access to a given query, then that user will have access to all of the fields and properties of that query.
Access control to service methods: If a user is authenticated, and has a role that permits access to a given service method, then that user will have access to that service method.
Access control to service properties: If a user is authenticated, and has a role that permits access to a given service property, then that user will have access to that service property.
The Object-Type Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies to the entire Entity Bean.
The Field Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies only to the fields of that Entity Bean.
The Property Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies only to the properties of that Entity Bean.
The Service Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies only to the service methods of that Entity Bean.
The Service Property Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies only to the service properties of that Entity Bean.
The Entity Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies to all Entity Beans.
The Entity Field Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies only to the fields of that Entity Bean.
The Entity Property Permission can only be set for Entity Beans. It applies only to the properties of that Entity Bean.
The Role Permission can only be set for Role Entities. It applies to the fields and properties of that Entity Bean that are assigned to the User Role of that Entity.
The Role Property Permission can only be set for Role Entities. It applies to the properties of that Entity
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It provides an secure means to access and manipulate entities, attributes and collections using JPA.
It’s based on ACE (Access Control List) filters
The Authentication of users and Roles is performed by our own internal Credential / Authorization service
Users are authenticated before they can access the secured part of the application.
For each entity only one user is allowed to access
If the entity is not accessed by the currently authenticated user, an Access Denied Exception will be thrown.
Therefor the entities need to be accessed by the currently authenticated user.
It’s a user-based Access Control solution, so you can restrict access to entities by groups (based on user roles)
It provides a nice automatic mapping of your RoleProvider and CredentialProvider to the currently authenticated user.
There is no need to configure this for you.
JPA Security Implementation:
There are 4 main elements:
* Your Entity Beans – JPA Classes
* Your Role Provider (Default is Jboss ACL Suite) – Java Class
* The roles that JPA Security provides. The default roles are ‘USER’ and ‘ROLE_USER’
* The service that receives the currently authenticated user and checks if he can access the currently protected part of the application.
To install and use JPA Security please reference the following documentation.
To have a quick look at JPA Security please download the Quick Start Guide and go through the example.
To run a Basic JPA Security Example please reference the following documentation.
There are many more features of JPA Security yet to be implemented.
The most important ones is the concept of an administration console that would enable your to administer your security configuration without the need to write XML based Access Control definitions.
We need your help to implement this with a rich Administration Console.
To develop the Admin Console, take a look at the jpa-security-console.rar file in the distribution and take the source from there.
We need a detailed and well-documented
description of which interfaces and classes in this distribution should be used.
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It is designed to enable you to configure access control to your JPA Entity Beans based on the currently authenticated user and its roles via XML or Annotations.
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