Weblogic Security Propagation

Hi,
I am trying to propagate Custom principal from thick client to WLS server 8.1 sp3. I use Authenticate.authenticate() at client side login module (jar at client side is weblogi.jar; i have my own Authentication provider at the server domain) and everything works fine. But once the user does a logout and re-login (application does not exit) the old security attribute inside the subject get propagated again not the new one.
I don't have access to main thread which means Security.runAs is not vaiable for me.
options i tired :
1) subject.getPrincipals().clear; subject = null;
2) weblogic.security.authenticatePushSubject system property, in which case, first call after login propagated the correct Subject amd from the next call onwards it went back to the old Subject.
3) Authenticate.logout() in the logout of my LoginModule
nothing works.
is there any other way to ensure that old Subject is removed and new subject is pushed to the stack.
Any known solution to this?
thanks in advance
Raj

solved it.
used SwingUtils.invokelater() at client side to make sure that login happens in event queue +
weblogic.security.authenticatePushSubject to true +
clearing all contexts and principals at logout
made sure that new subject is available for further calls.
only worry is , when bea is going to deprecate the weblogic.security.authenticatePushSubject property....
sorry for disturbing busy minds
thanks
Raj

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