EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





Display Authorization Rules in the UI of an RCP Application

Martin Jaeger (Netcetera AG)

· Short Talk

Wednesday, 10:30, 10 minutes | Room 210

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Business applications often need an authorisation system to configure the application for specific users. The presentation describes a proven approach in an enterprise RCP/EJB application. The requirements for the shown authorisation framework were:
  • This is implemented with the use of RCP activities to handle the visibility of UI elements in the application. The used approach will be shown.

    Martin Jaeger is the deputy technical project leader for a large RCP application (>100 plug-ins) at Netcetera AG Zurich, Switzerland. He holds a M.Sc. in Business Information Systems from the Liechtenstein University of Applied Sciences and a B.Sc. in Systems Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences Buchs (CH). Martin has 3 years experience in development of Swing applications and 3 years experience in development of RCP/SWT applications. His interests are in code quality, application architecture and build processes.

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