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Subject [CONF] Apache Geronimo v2.2 > Configuring Kerberos Realm
Date Thu, 03 Jun 2010 05:51:00 GMT
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<p>In Geronimo, you can create your own custom realm type when none of the provided
ones fit your environment needs. This requires creating your own implementation of a <tt></tt>
class, which implements the <tt></tt> interface
to acquire credentials, then use the customized realm by choosing the <b>Other</b>
realm from console.</p>

<h1><a name="ConfiguringKerberosRealm-Kerberosrealm"></a>Kerberos realm</h1>

<p>Starting from Geronimo 2.2.1, Kerberoes realm is supported by providing a wrapper
class named <tt></tt>
leveraging kerberoes protocol implementation of underlying Java platforms. </p>

<p>To create a new security realm, click <b>Add new security realm</b> from
the <b>Security Realms</b> portlet. On the next page, enter <b>Kerberoes_security_realm</b>
in the name of <b>Security Realm:</b> field and select <b>Other</b>
from the <b>Realm type:</b> dropdown box. Then click <b>Next</b> and
fill in the following parameters:</p>
	<li>The Value of <b>Login Module Class</b> should be <tt>org.</tt></li>
	<li>The value of <b>Configuration options</b> for IBM Java platform should
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<p>If you are using Sun Java platform, the value of <b>Configuration Options</b>
for Kerberoes realm should be:</p>
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