Flexible all round security, authentication and user management systems. Easily apply security on services, content and applications.Xsdot Security system.
The security property page controls the items security. The security consists out of authentication and encryption. By default the item’s security is controlled by its parents (it derives the security of its parents).Item security properties.
Xsdot implemented many security layers into its application and hosting platform to protect it’s services from any damage. The combination of using these layers is also called ‘Defense in Depth’.Security components.
Administrators can define ‘groups’ that are used for attaching single users or user groups. A group can be granted or denied access to hierarchical item nodes, services and functionalities in a application domain.Group component.
With the ‘User settings’ service, members of a user group can manage their own settings when implemented.User settings component.
The User component represents a single user in an application domain. Single user are mostly maintained for intranet or extranet web application.User component.
A user group component has been implemented for the storage of large groups of users. User groups are mainly used for web sites, communities, B2C eCommerce solutions and emailing systems.User group component.
With this component an application designer can implement a quick logon system or it can be used as an logon indicator.Logon indicator / Quick logon.
A huge issue for web applications is the constantly increasing ’web application abuse’. Web application abuse is typically performed by misusing interactive services like dynamic forms, forums, blogs, mail page modules, mailing registration systems.Web services anti abuse system.
Every service, component or item in the Xsdot application server derives a standard set of properties that are used to control the item’s presentation, order, design, positioning, security and more. The properties of an item can be accessed by selecting tService property pages.