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Database access control within a Java application

Abstract

The purpose of the work described in this article is to use database security mechanism as a data access control model in a Java application, developed through an UML-based process. This work relies on the CASE tool Designer from the Oracle company and its associated user and security policy. The three axis of this work are the following ones : • Introducing class diagrams towards Designer analysis and design models (entity-relation ship diagram, design diagrams). • Using Designer features to design user and security policy, and generate database schema. • Reconciling object-oriented and relational worlds through the use of TopLink, an object-relational mapping tool and with the exploitation of a dedicated generator, intended to make the security policy and related information available to the Java application.
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hal-01451180 , version 1 (03-02-2017)

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  • HAL Id : hal-01451180 , version 1

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Alain Plantec, Vincent Ribaud, Philippe Saliou. Database access control within a Java application. International Workshop on Encapsulation and Access Rights in Object-Oriented Design and Programming (WEAR-OOIS 2003), Sep 2003, Genève, Switzerland. pp.63-69. ⟨hal-01451180⟩
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