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J2EE - Field level Role-based security

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I have a complex website designed using the following technologies -
Spring MVC and MyBatis.

User Interface is very complex and we have lot of custom made widgets - calenders, lists, graphs etc using heavy jQuery/javascript and CSS.

If we were to implement field level role-based security what are the options available both from front-end and back-end perspective?
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
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role based means ??

R u going to show diffrent menu only or  page level change? ?
eg:
admin --- you will show all menu
some user --- some menu

or

admin --- all widgets in that page
some user - only particular widgets ??
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by:jagadeesh_motamarri
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I believe both.
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Sathish David  Kumar N earned 500 total points
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menu based or jsp based you can spring seceurity.


in that security .xml you can mention menu and roles level .
in your jsp you need to add some condition to dispaly the widgets ....
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