Re: add/remove JAAS users and roles within a Camel route?

2020-05-21 Thread Gerald Kallas - mailbox.org
Yes, that’s quite clear. I wonder if there is an access to the OSGi CLI commands jaas:* from a Camel route directly. At the moment I‘m using camel-exec with the karaf client. Sent by my mobile device - Gerald Kallas > Am 21.05.2020 um 19:42 schrieb Alex Soto : > > One way to do this is to

Re: add/remove JAAS users and roles within a Camel route?

2020-05-21 Thread Alex Soto
One way to do this is to store the user and role directly in the underlying storage for the JAAS security context. For example, in the case of the default “karaf” security context, users and roles are stored in the ‘etc/users.properties’ file, but you may choose to store this in a database

Re: add/remove JAAS users and roles within a Camel route?

2020-05-20 Thread Gerald Kallas
Tx JB. So in this case, how can i call the jaas:* service from a Camel route? I did some research but wasn't able to find this .. Regards - Gerald > Jean-Baptiste Onofre hat am 20. Mai 2020 20:25 > geschrieben: > > > Hi, > > You mean on a JAAS backend ? > > JAAS doesn’t provide anything

Re: add/remove JAAS users and roles within a Camel route?

2020-05-20 Thread Jean-Baptiste Onofre
Hi, You mean on a JAAS backend ? JAAS doesn’t provide anything about that. That’s why in Karaf we have the "backend" service attached to some login modules. In your Camel route, you can interact with these services (as the jaas:* commands do in Karaf). Regards JB > Le 20 mai 2020 à 19:50,