kandi X-RAY | jjwt Summary
kandi X-RAY | jjwt Summary
JJWT aims to be the easiest to use and understand library for creating and verifying JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) on the JVM and Android. JJWT is a pure Java implementation based exclusively on the JWT, JWS, JWE, JWK and JWA RFC specifications and open source under the terms of the Apache 2.0 License. The library was created by Okta's Senior Architect, Les Hazlewood and is supported and maintained by a community of contributors. Okta is a complete authentication and user management API for developers. We've also added some convenience extensions that are not part of the specification, such as JWS compression and claim enforcement.
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- Parses a locale string into a Java locale object
- Tokenizes the given string using the given delimiters
- Removes leading whitespace from the given string
- Trims all occurrences of a given leading character from the given string
- Start the downloader
- Downloads a file from a URL
- Validates a JWT signature
- Concatenates the given jws signature
- Returns the JWT as a string
- Encode a object
- Checks if the given string ends with the given suffix ignoring case
- Extracts the filename extension from a file path
- Concatenates two arrays
- Create a new signature validator
- Checks if a given Collection contains a single object
- Merges the given Properties instance into the given Map
- Enable BouncyCastle if enabled
- Removes the filename extension from the given path
- Returns a new instance of Signer with the given algorithm
- Trims the elements of the given array
- Validates the signature using the configured public key
- Determines if the given JWT is signed
- Creates a map of PSSP parameters
- Returns the bit length of the specified key
- Append the given object to the given array
- Returns the number of occurrences of the specified substring
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I have wicket application and it sometimes fails on :
I have this mvn configuration :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-14 at 18:20
Almost all Wicket dependencies are 8.14.0 but few are 8.13.0 (not really a problem but better keep them in sync):
The real problem is:
I am currently working on a Spring Project, which I am new to, and have no idea why this dependency I got from the maven repository will now resolve itself. I have tried to use both the separated dependency (jjwt-api, etc..) and the one pasted in my pom.xml below but it will not resolve. If anyone can help me figure this out that would great appreciated.
Spring v2.6.4 Java JDK 17 Error message: Dependency 'com.auth0:java-jwt:3.18.3' not found...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 19:10
The MvnRepository page says, it's in the central repo, and the central repo link to the pom.xml of the dependency also works: https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/auth0/java-jwt/3.18.3/java-jwt-3.18.3.pom
So did you maybe try to resolve it once when you were offline? Failed resolving also is cached in your local maven repo, so you might have to clean that up. You can try to use
I have this gradle configuration with the following dependencies:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 15:12
The stack used in the API is: Spring-boot, Spring Webflux, Hibernate Reactive 1.1.3 and Postgresql.
I'd like to extract a string value from a Mono called desiredField and add it to a hashmap. I'm showing the DB, model, repository and the util module where all this is happening.
The JWTUtil is used to generate a JWT token for login purposes in the API. The JWTController is working fine, coming the token in response! The only thing is that a cannot extract de string value from a Mono.
I've tried two approaches. The reactive way, using the subscribe method. And the blocking way using the block method. These two approches are shown below with their own console prints.
In the first approach (the reactive way) I couldn't extract the desiredField from the Mono. The token comes in the response but without the desiredField in the token claims. The desiredField live only inside de stream (see console log prints), outside is null.
In the second approach (blocking way) there are an infinite loop error without getting the token in the response.
Could you help me to extract this value from the Mono?
Thanks in advance!
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 15:34
The main point here i think is the way you are organizing the code, it seems to me that you are using a reactive framework, but thinking and coding in an imperative way.
If you change the
doGenerateToken to return a Mono, you can do something like the following:
I am trying to integrate what is done in this official Vaadin video tutorial (implement back end push notification) into my Spring Boot project. I am finding some problem trying to understand how to correctly integrate Vaadin framework into my existing Spring Boot project pom.xml file in order to have all the dependencies needed to work.
So basically this is the video tutorial link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5sbGvW3S4I
and this is the related GitHub link of this tutorial example code: https://github.com/marcushellberg/fusion-push-notifications
This is the pom.xml of my already existing Spring Boot project where I need to insert Vaadin framework and the related example project dependencies (needed to implement the desired behavior)...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 19:44
I think the only real thing that is missing is the
I try to fill up an Java Object with a Json String, which can come with different kinds of variable names for the same field. That's why I try to use @JsonAlias. Unfortunately, I couldn't make it work yet for unknown reasons..
Here is my example:
The Java Object:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 13:08
Try to use
@JsonPropery instead of
I was trying to follow this video tutorial to add AOP to my Spring Boot project in order to perform log operation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVvKPP5HyaA
But it is not working, it is not logging anything.
So this is my pom.xml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 15:23
Trying to add Springdoc to spring-boot-2.6.2 project. Application runs on embedded jetty server. Actuator runs ok with this below pom.xml setup.
When I try to run the application, below error occurs. Since I think this happens because of one of the dependencies, I tried to organize dependencies....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 19:27
It was because of conditional
springdoc.use-management-port property in below class. I had set it to true, so the bean is not set. I changed it to false and problem is solved.
I was given an application after half development, and I had to finish the development, but because of licensing issues, I was asked to remove mongodb and use couchdb instead. Now, I have removed all instances of mongodb connections in the code, removed mongo connection properties from application.properties, but I still keep getting the following error when I start the spring application.
2022-01-21 15:58:14.043 INFO --- [localhost:27017] o.m.d.cluster : Exception in monitor thread while connecting to server localhost:27017 com.mongodb.MongoSocketOpenException: Exception opening socket at com.mongodb.internal.connection.SocketStream.open(SocketStream.java:70) at com.mongodb.internal.connection.InternalStreamConnection.open(InternalStreamConnection.java:180) at com.mongodb.internal.connection.DefaultServerMonitor$ServerMonitorRunnable.lookupServerDescription(DefaultServerMonitor.java:188) at com.mongodb.internal.connection.DefaultServerMonitor$ServerMonitorRunnable.run(DefaultServerMonitor.java:152) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:748) Caused by: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect at java.net.DualStackPlainSocketImpl.waitForConnect(Native Method) at java.net.DualStackPlainSocketImpl.socketConnect(DualStackPlainSocketImpl.java:85) at java.net.AbstractPlainSocketImpl.doConnect(AbstractPlainSocketImpl.java:350) at java.net.AbstractPlainSocketImpl.connectToAddress(AbstractPlainSocketImpl.java:206) at java.net.AbstractPlainSocketImpl.connect(AbstractPlainSocketImpl.java:188) at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.connect(PlainSocketImpl.java:172) at java.net.SocksSocketImpl.connect(SocksSocketImpl.java:392) at java.net.Socket.connect(Socket.java:607) at com.mongodb.internal.connection.SocketStreamHelper.initialize(SocketStreamHelper.java:107) at com.mongodb.internal.connection.SocketStream.initializeSocket(SocketStream.java:79) at com.mongodb.internal.connection.SocketStream.open(SocketStream.java:65) ... 4 more
My pom.xml looks like this, I can't remove mongo dependency from it because still using bson document class.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 12:59
You have to remove this dependency
I'm trying to upgrade log4j library in my spring boot projects :
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 18:31
You are using spring boot parent version 2.5.1 that is why it is downloading log4j 2.14.1 by default during the build. There are no other conflicts with any of the other dependencies in your pom.xml so try the latest spring boot starter-parent version.
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Most complexity is hidden behind a convenient and readable builder-based fluent interface, great for relying on IDE auto-completion to write code quickly. Here's an example:. How easy was that!?.
building a JWT that will have the registered claim sub (subject) set to Joe. We are then
signing the JWT using a key suitable for the HMAC-SHA-256 algorithm. Finally, we are
compacting it into its final String form. A signed JWT is called a 'JWS'.
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