Model-based Role Based Access Control for RESTful Spring applications
Vinod Infant Dass John Rozario
Model-driven software development is the modern software development methodology that aims at solving a specific problem by creating the domain models and providing the solution in a conceptual way. Domain-Specific Language (DSL) is the computer language that allows solving a problem in a specific domain. The goal of this thesis is to develop a software tool that helps to generate the software codes automatically with Role Based Access Control for a RESTful application. In this context, we want to provide a resource specification as an input to the software tool through DSL for describing the database layer components (i.e. Entity classes and Repositories), the integration layer components (i.e. Resources/Assemblers, Controllers), and a Role-Based Access Control model to be associated with a target application. Based on the definitions, our tools will generate code, including RBAC authentication/authorization related configuration and helper classes. Thus, the skeleton for the RESTful Spring Boot application with the annotations and basic code to enforce the RBAC model provided as input.
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Master - Software Engineering