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Most of us have accounts on more than one machine. At the very least, you probably have a default account on your personal computer and another on your connectivity provider. It s very likely that the operating systems that support these two accounts are different and that the root account on each machine refers to a different person. These two people, one of whom is probably you, may enforce widely differing policies about who can do what and who has access to each one s machine. Quiet reflection allows the savvy developer to realize that a very large number of security regimes are available. These include the relative chaos of most user machines promiscuously connected to the Internet, the virtual privacy of networks, and the Faraday-caged Comsec/Emsec/Compusec security of military computers. Even on the Internet, the potential security barriers to outside access are numerous, with proprietary offerings making it difficult for the hacker and hapless user both to connect to virtual private networks and other protected environments. Earlier in this chapter, in the section Providing an overview of JAAS, we discussed some of the operating systems that JAAS supports. Different operating systems support different character sets, byte order, machine architectures, user names, and security environments, all of which may make it difficult for a single user to share information, even security information, between systems. However, even machines using the same operating system may not share security files for any number of good reasons. Even in a single enterprise, some departments may have entirely separate networks and operating environments. So when users need to access systems residing on different machines, they often require an account on each machine. The system administrator on machine A may require user names in the form, <first initial><first four letters of last name><three-digit accession number>. However, the administrator of machine B may allow free-form names chosen by the user alone like codewiz or larry. Finally, the administrator of machine C may use dotted notation to present the full name. So, Lawrence B. Smith may have to remember ids and passwords for lsmit032, larry, larry7, Lawrence.B.Smith and any number of others; one for each security realm Larry has privileges in. A JAAS security realm is any logical grouping of users and services that makes sense. It might be users on a particular machine, or those working for a particular company, division, or workgroup. From a Windows perspective, a realm is roughly equivalent to a Windows domain; in another environment, it might be a virtual realm located on a distributed server like a Kerberos server or Sun s X.500 Keystore (LDAP) server, with the users and services all operating on machines under their own security disciplines. The default Java security policies allow for security domains to be configured to provide different privileges to be associated with particular bits of code. Users may also be grouped into arbitrary conglomerates to ensure the ability to flexibly grant or deny particular permissions based on enterprise needs without departing completely from the sandbox-versus-unlimitedaccess model. The invocation of a JAAS security manager allows the full power of individual or group authentication and authorization to be added to the standard
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The Not operator is used for negating a numeric object; the operator returns the value True if the condition is not true. This operator reverses the logical result of the expression. The general syntax of a Not operation is Not numeric object expression The following example shows how to use the Not operator: Not [Final Sales Amount] >= 1000 Is true if Final Sales Amount is less than 1000.
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Some information systems connect two or more organizations. They are referred to as interorganizational information systems (IOSs). For example, the worldwide airline reservation system is composed of several systems belonging to different airlines. Of these, American Airlines SABRE system is the largest; thousands of travel agents and hundreds of airlines are connected to it. Such systems are common among business partners. Those that support international or global operations may be especially complex (see Mol and Koppius, 2002). Interorganizational information systems play a major role in e-commerce, as well as in supply chain management support. Another way to classify information systems is according to the type of support they provide, regardless of the functional area. For example, an information system can support of ce workers in almost any functional area. Likewise, managers working from various geographical locations can be supported by a computerized decision-making system. The main types of support systems are listed and described in Table 2.1, together with the types of employees they support. The evolution of these systems and a brief description of each follow. For more detail, see Online File W2.1. The first business applications of computers did repetitive, large-volume, transactions-computing tasks. The computers crunched numbers, summarizing and organizing transactions and data in the accounting, finance, and human resources areas. Such systems are called, generally, transaction processing systems. As the cost of computing decreased and computers capabilities increased, a new breed of information system, called management information systems (MISs), started to develop. These systems accessed, organized, summarized, and displayed information for supporting routine decision making in the functional areas. Office automation systems (OAS) such as word processing systems and airline reservation systems were developed to support office workers. Computers also were introduced in the manufacturing environment,
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