kandi X-RAY | apachecon Summary
kandi X-RAY | apachecon Summary
A mosaic of things that should not be forgotten
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- Runs the job
- Returns a processor that handles request recipients
- Checks to see if there are any pending requests to load
- Check that all requests are accepted
- Generate a bubble image for a bubble
- Returns the image of the twitter logo
- Format the given text to be displayed
- Paint a bubble
- Upload an image
- Entry point for the application
- Generates a thumbnail from the specified file
- Handle the upload
- Generate the zone name
- Convert a FileBlock into an input stream
- Authenticates user and password
- Returns the zone ID of the given destination
- Returns a list of all the uploaded files
- Creates an expression that returns a list of blocks representing the file blocks
- Mounts the web application
- Process the given exchange
- Adds the image to the container
- Perform claim checking
- Creates a processor that creates a line based on a specified length
- Write attachment to file
- On click
- Create a new file from the archive directory
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I'm using Tomcat 8.5.59 and have the following Realm in my context.xml:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-10 at 18:16
Now that the use cases are clear. What you mention in your edits is correct. It starts with the RealmBase class (refer: protected void startInternal() method). This, if teh credential handler is null (which in your case it is on LockoutRealm), sets the default credential handler as MessageDigestCredentialHandler without any algorithm, the behaviour of the credential handler if no algorithm is specified is to use plainText.
Next look at the StandardContext (refer: protected synchronized void startInternal() method, line 5016-5027), lines 5019 and 5024 are important. Here the realm is being retrieved with the 'getRealmInternal()' call, which returns the configured realm, which in your case is LockoutRealm and the subsequent 'getCredentialHandler()' returns the default credential handler as mentioned above (as the method is dispatched to RealmBase, a point to be noted, the CombinedRealm or the LockoutRealm does not override this method).
This is why the password is not being mutated.
What you require looks to be possible. It is apparent from the above that when the 'getCredentialHandler()' is called on the realm, the realm should handle it instead of dispatching to RealmBase.
Therefore, you could do the below:
- Extend LockoutRealm with your realm class (say XRealm)
- Override the getCredentialHandler method
- In the method, access the 'protected final List realms' of CombinedRealm, your DataSourceRealm should be the 0th element
- Call the getCredentialHandler on the DataSourceRealm and return
- When StandardContext calls getCredentialHandler, it should get the NestedCredentialHandler you have configured
The above should solve the problem.
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You can use apachecon like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the apachecon component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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