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jSai is a servlet authentication implementation which aims to allow easier to use, more powerful authentication for Java servlets. It is aimed at servlet developers who want more than the servlet spec, but not as much as a full Enterprise Server. It provides a powerful set of authentication and authorization features for user level security in servlet-based Web applications.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Jul 2004 16:45

    Release Notes: This version is feature complete. Currently, the only planned changes before a 1.0 release is the addition of more documentation.

    •  27 Jun 2004 20:43

      Release Notes: Several important updates, and clearer documentation. NTML HTTP Authentication is now supported via jCIFS. This release marks a big step toward better usability.

      •  24 May 2004 17:26

        Release Notes: Bugs in the HTTPS switching mechanism were fixed.

        •  15 May 2004 23:42

          Release Notes: This release adds a couple of new features, as well as many stability and performance enhancements. An example Web application is also included, which demonstrates basic usage.

          •  28 Apr 2004 03:39

            Release Notes: This release added support for encrypted passwords and implemented most LDAP features. In addition, many bugs were fixed and the code and documentation were cleaned up.


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