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acl=Access control list configuration. Configures a list of ACL modules to be used.
acl-module=ACL module
acl.acl-modules=List of acl modules
acl.acl-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
acl.acl-modules.deprecated=This attribute is replaced with sub resource
acl.acl-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
acl.acl-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the acl provider module code is located.
acl.acl-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
acl.add=Adds an ACL configuration
acl.remove=Removes an ACL configuration
audit=Auditing configuration. Configures a list of provider modules to be used.
audit.add=Adds an audit configuration
audit.provider-modules=List of provider modules
audit.provider-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
audit.provider-modules.deprecated=This attribute is replaced with sub resource
audit.provider-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
audit.provider-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the audit provider module code is located.
audit.provider-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
audit.remove=Removes and audit configuration
auth-module=Auth module
authentication="Authentication configuration for this domain. Can either be classic or jaspi.
authentication-jaspi=JASPI authentication configuration. Either this or 'authentication' must be present but not both.
authentication.classic=Traditional authentication configuration. Configures a list of login modules to be used.
authentication.classic.add=Adds a traditional authentication configuration
authentication.classic.login-modules=List of authentication modules
authentication.classic.login-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
authentication.classic.login-modules.deprecated=This attribute was replaced with sub resource
authentication.classic.login-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
authentication.classic.login-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the login module code is located.
authentication.classic.login-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
authentication.classic.remove=Removes a traditional authentication configuration
authentication.jaspi=JASPI authentication configuration.
authentication.jaspi.add=Adds a JASPI authentication configuration
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules=List of authentication modules to be used.
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules.deprecated=Use of this attribute is deprecated, use resource
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules.login-module-stack-ref=Reference to a login module stack name previously configured in the same security domain.
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the auth module code is located.
authentication.jaspi.auth-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
authentication.jaspi.remove=Removes a JASPI authentication configuration
authorization=Authorization configuration. Configures a list of authorization policy modules to be used.
authorization.add=Adds an authorization configuration
authorization.policy-modules=List of authorization modules
authorization.policy-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
authorization.policy-modules.deprecated=Use of this attribute is deprecated, use resource
authorization.policy-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
authorization.policy-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the policy module code is located.
authorization.policy-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
authorization.remove=Removes an authorization configuration
identity-trust=Identity trust configuration. Configures a list of trust modules to be used.
identity-trust.add=Adds an identity trust configuration.
identity-trust.remove=Removes an identity trust configuration.
identity-trust.trust-modules=List of trust modules
identity-trust.trust-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
identity-trust.trust-modules.deprecated=This attribute was replaced with sub resource
identity-trust.trust-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
identity-trust.trust-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the identity trust module code is located.
identity-trust.trust-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
jsse=JSSE configuration. Configures attributes for keystores that can be used for setting up SSL.
jsse.add=Adds a JSSE configuration
jsse.additional-properties=Additional properties that may be necessary to configure JSSE.
jsse.cipher-suites=Comma separated list of cipher suites to enable on SSLSockets.
jsse.client-alias=Preferred alias to use when the KeyManager chooses the client alias.
jsse.client-auth=Boolean attribute to indicate if client's certificates should also be authenticated on the server side.
jsse.key-manager=JSEE Key Manager factory
jsse.key-manager.algorithm=Algorithm to use when creating the KeyManagerFactory.
jsse.key-manager.provider=Provider class name to use when creating the KeyManagerFactory.
jsse.keystore=Configures a JSSE key store
jsse.keystore.password=Sets the password of the keystore. Either this or 'truststore-password' must be present otherwise the security domain will be useless.
jsse.keystore.provider=Provider class name to use when creating the KeyStore.
jsse.keystore.provider-argument=String argument to pass to the keystore Provider constructor when instantiating it.
jsse.keystore.type=Type of the keystore. If not set, type defaults to 'JKS'.
jsse.keystore.url=URL of the keystore.
jsse.protocols=Comma separated list of protocols to enable on SSLSockets.
jsse.remove=Removes a JSSE configuration.
jsse.server-alias=Preferred alias to use when the KeyManager chooses the server alias.
jsse.service-auth-token=Token to retrieve PrivateKeys from the KeyStore.
jsse.trust-manager=JSEE Trust Manager factory
jsse.trust-manager.algorithm=Algorithm to use when creating the TrustManagerFactory.
jsse.trust-manager.provider=Provider class name to use when creating the TrustManagerFactory.
jsse.truststore=Configures a JSSE trust store
jsse.truststore.password=Sets the password of the truststore. Either this or 'keystore-password' must be present otherwise the security domain will be useless.
jsse.truststore.provider=Provider class name to use when creating the truststore.
jsse.truststore.provider-argument=String argument to pass to the truststore Provider constructor when instantiating it.
jsse.truststore.type=Type of the truststore. If not set, type defaults to 'JKS'.
jsse.truststore.url=URL of the truststore.
list-cached-principals=Lists the principals stored in the authentication cache for this security domain.
list-cached-principals.list-cached-principals=Lists the principals stored in the authentication cache for this security domain.
list-cached-principals.reply=The usernames of the principals stored in the authentication cache for this security domain.
login-module=Login module
login-module-stack=List of "named" login modules that are used by jaspi authentication modules.
login-module-stack.add=Adds a named login module stack configuration
login-module-stack.login-modules=List of authentication modules
login-module-stack.login-modules.add=Adds login module
login-module-stack.login-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
login-module-stack.login-modules.deprecated=This attribute is replaced with sub resource
login-module-stack.login-modules.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
login-module-stack.login-modules.module=Name of JBoss Module where the login module is located.
login-module-stack.login-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
login-module-stack.login-modules.remove=Removes login module
login-module-stack.remove=Removes a named login module stack configuration
mapping=Mapping configuration. Configures a list of mapping modules to be used for principal, role, attribute and credential mapping.
mapping-module=List of modules that map principal, role, and credential information
mapping-module.add=Adds a mapping configuration.
mapping-module.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
mapping-module.flag=The flag controls how the module participates in the overall procedure. Allowed values are requisite, required, sufficient or optional.
mapping-module.login-module-stack-ref=Reference to a login module stack name previously configured in the same security domain.
mapping-module.module=Name of JBoss Module where the mapping module code is located.
mapping-module.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
mapping-module.remove=Removes a mapping configuration.
mapping-module.type=Type of mapping this module performs. Allowed values are principal, role, attribute or credential..
mapping.add=Adds a mapping configuration.
mapping.mapping-modules=List of modules that map principal, role, and credential information
mapping.mapping-modules.code=Class name of the module to be instantiated.
mapping.mapping-modules.deprecated=Use of this attribute is deprecated, use resource
mapping.mapping-modules.module-options=List of module options containing a name/value pair.
mapping.mapping-modules.type=Type of mapping this module performs. Allowed values are principal, role, attribute or credential..
mapping.remove=Removes a mapping configuration.
policy-module=Policy module
provider=Provider
provider-module=Provider module
security=The configuration of the security subsystem.
security-domain=Configures a security domain. Authentication, authorization, ACL, mapping, auditing and identity trust are configured here.
security-domain-children=The security domains.
security-domain.add=Add a security domain.
security-domain.cache-type=Adds a cache to speed up authentication checks. Allowed values are 'default' to use simple map as the cache and 'infinispan' to use an Infinispan cache.
security-domain.flush-cache=Remove entries stored in the authentication cache for this security domain. A single entry can be flushed by using the principal argument with the username as the value. If no argument is passed to the operation, all entries are flushed.
security-domain.flush-cache.principal=Username of the principal to remove from the authentication cache.
security-domain.module-options=Module options
security-domain.remove=Remove a security domain.
security.add=Adds the security subsystem.
security.deep-copy-subject-mode=Sets the copy mode of subjects done by the security managers to be deep copies that makes copies of the subject principals and credentials if they are cloneable. It should be set to true if subject include mutable content that can be corrupted when multiple threads have the same identity and cache flushes/logout clearing the subject in one thread results in subject references affecting other threads.
security.remove=Removes the security subsystem.
trust-module=Trust module
type=Type of mapping this module performs. Allowed values are principal, role, attribute or credential.
vault=Security Vault for attributes.
vault.add=Adds a security vault configuration
vault.code=Fully Qualified Name of the Security Vault Implementation.
vault.remove=Removes a security vault configuration
vault.vault-options=Security Vault options.
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