11-01-11, 09:52 #1Registered User
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- Apr 2011
Unanswered: User Authentication & Permissions
Hi Experts :
Brief Explanation :
1)user logs into what exactly? : Logs into web based application
2)user logs in how? He logs in using a page which is a web based application.
3)user logs in using what? : his database username and password.
4)Is this a 3-tier application? : Yes is on an ibm websphere.
5) Current user Authentication : LDAP
Our Requirement : To get this User Authentication & Permission to the Database.
I am a little new to Logical / ERD Designing and really will appreciate any guidance.
I must design an ERD/logical flow of a web based USER AUTHENTICATION module.
Currently LDAP is used for all such authentication and permissions for users. We want to get this to the database.
What i intend ?
a)User logs in
b) is checked which group he belogs to ?
c) depending on the group, he is allocated to applications. He might have only View permission to this application and have write , update permission
to another application also. How do I achieve this functionality ?
i dont knw how to attach files here . i have prepared one ERD, logical diagram but dont know how to share. if any one could
please share email ids i can share my ones and you guys could please guide .
Please help ! Kindly guide as to get this design place , the logical / ERD design ?
thanks in anticipation.
11-01-11, 10:10 #2Registered User
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- Aug 2003
- Where the Surf Meets the Turf @Del Mar, CA
>3)user logs in using what? : his database username and password.
Contrary to what you state above, the user does NOT have database name.
The user has application username.
>Our Requirement : To get this User Authentication & Permission to the Database.
Again statement above is not correct.
It should read as follows, "Permission to the Application".
You can not use database centric utilities to determine data access from within custom application.
The application controls who can do what within the application & Oracle RBMS is data repository.You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
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For most folks, they don't know, what they don't know.
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11-01-11, 11:01 #3Registered User
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- Nov 2003
Why do you ask the same thing for three different RDBMS?