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Complete OSGI modularization of all Liberty Profile Implementation(s)
The complete functionality of the Liberty Profile implementation should be modularized by means of OSGI. Thus, it should be possible that any custom extension to the Liberty Profile server can be implemented and provided as OSGI feature. In particular this is required for the implementation of a Custom User Registry (already possible in Liberty 8.5-next Beta-1), a custom Trust Association Interceptor (might be in Beta-2, to be verified), and custom JAAS login modules (not yet available in Liberty 8.5-next Beta-1 and Beta-2). The requirement addresses the current implementation / edition of the Liberty Profile focusing on JEE6 Web Profile, as well as any future edition of the Liberty Profile addressing the full set of functionality currently provided by the WAS standard or ND editions.
The modularization should consider the additional feature requested in RFE 32810: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=32810
The context and more details are available in the presentation of InnerCircle Session 1438 at IMPACT 2013.
The content of this RFE has already been discussed with the following IBM experts: - Bill O'Donnell (WebSphere Foundation Security Architect) - Jens Engelke (WebSphere BPM Development) - Stefan Schmitt / Daniel Blum (WebSphere Portal Development)
Daimler needs an implementation of this feature by latest - November 2013 (Alpha / Beta program) - Q2/2014 (GA)
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