kandi X-RAY | spring-security Summary
kandi X-RAY | spring-security Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Load user data by username
- Sets the authentication status
- Set roles
- Set the password
- Handles authentication success
- On authentication success
- Finding customer details
- Fetch all customer details
- Serves an access denied response
- Sends the request
spring-security Key Features
spring-security Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on spring-security
I am integrating SAML into a Spring Boot application using the implementation built into Spring Security 5.6. Much of the online help references the now deprecated external library implementation (https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-security-saml) so I am following this document:
I have this interaction working and I am authenticating from SAML now. Here is the configuration:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 10:02
Check if Spring Boot is importing version 3 and version 4 of Open SAML. If it is use only version 4.
Spring Security Samples has an example for SAML2. The build.gradle in the project contains the following:
I have googled the depths of the internet, but can't find a decent answer to this anywhere. How can I access the claims within a JWT in a spring service?
We have a standalone authentication service that issues a JWT. I am building a separate spring service that needs to use this Jwt. I have the public key of the private key that was used to sign the JWT and have pieced together enough tutorials to be able to verify the JWT (with the public key) and allow access to the controllers I want.
In my service, I now need to extract the userId claim in the JWT (among others) so that I can call my DB with it, etc.
https://www.baeldung.com/spring-security-oauth-jwt (Section 5.1) seemed to be the most relevant search result:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-18 at 15:24
There is good example code from bfwg/angular-spring-starter
You have to add an authentication filter to your HttpSecurity configuration:
When using simple spring boot configuration with normal spring parent in pom.xml I have no problem configuring oauth2 resource server.
However with JHipster dependency management by no means i can configure it. I was trying to do it just by adding...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 15:56
Hello i did it this way, 1-find the .yo-rc.json file of you project 2-open the file and find the tag "authenticationType", it should appear like "authenticationType": "jwt", change it to "authenticationType": "oauth2" 3 - run again the jhipster command in your project.
Here you have a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIRjgd_3sMQ
I am using Spring Security along with Spring Authorization Server and experimenting with creating an auth server.
I have a basic flow allowing me to login with the pre-built login page (from a baledung guide - this is the code I'm working off ). I'm assuming this login page form comes from
formLogin() like so:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-07 at 20:54
Re your comnent: "I'm attempting to build an Authorization Server":
Coding your own Authorization Server (AS) or having to build its code yourself is highly inadvisable, since it is easy to get bogged down in plumbing or to make security mistakes.
By all means use Spring OAuth Security in your apps though. It is hard enough to get these working as desired, without taking on extra work.
Choose a free AS and run it as a Docker Container, then connect to its endpoints from your apps.
If you need to customize logins, use a plugin model, write a small amount of code, then deploy a JAR file or two to the Docker container.
This will get you up and running very quickly. Also, since Spring Security is standards based, you are free to change your mind about providers, and defer decisions on the final one.
Curity, along with other good choices like Keycloak or Ory Hydra are Java based and support plugins:
I wish to connect a personal Microsoft account(email@example.com) to an App and then fetch the calendar events for that account using the App.
I have registered the app in Aure portal and I am able to fetch the events using Postman. This is what my postman configuration looks like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-24 at 12:24
My access token was missing a scope called: "Calendars.ReadWrite". This is how that scope was supposed to be added.
mvn clean compile -X
shows the following (few dependencies omitted to stay in question max char size):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 19:13
I've tried your example:
I have small project in spring boot with oauth2, i want to run resource server
- Java 17
- spring-boot-starter-parent version 2.5.6
- spring-cloud-dependencies version 2020.0.4
When i want to run my app i have exception:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-31 at 03:05
consider add xml lib in dependency, as:
I am new to Spring Boot and Spring Security and have inherited a webapp project that uses them. We will be migrating the webapp to a new deployment environment. One of the things we will be changing is the authentication mechanism, so that it will operate in the new environment. Meanwhile, I'd like use some existing PostMan tests to exercise the REST endpoints, bypassing security. Basically, I want to disable security temporarily.
I have a class that provides global method level security:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-27 at 12:16
You can try setting prePostEnabled = false and then removing any authentication filters in WebSecurityConfigurerAdapter implementation with something like
I'm using Spring boot 2.5.5 with AspectJ 1.9.7 (CTW). I've spotted that sometimes transactions don't roll back and to fix that I need only recompile code and run it again. For example:
I have method addB() persisting entity B, method addC() throwing exception and method A() combining them. When I call A(), exception is thrown, but entity B stays in database (as expected). When I annotate method A() with @Transactional result is the same. But if I build everything again (without any changes) then transaction is being rollbacked and there is no new record in database.
Here is my full POM:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-27 at 01:01
I cannot reproduce the problem because IDEA does not find the Lombok setters. Even when delegating build actions before run to Maven, I get
NoSuchMethodError: '...TestEntity.setCode(java.lang.String)'. Next, I am going to try without Lombok. Please note that Lombok and AspectJ do not play nice with each other, see my answer here. Alternatively, you could also make sure that Maven does either of these:
- First build with Javac + Lombok, then apply AspectJ binary weaving in a second step, all in one module.
- Similar to above, but do the first build step in module A and the second one in a separate module B. Then you have an unwoven and a woven artifact, which you can both use according to your preferences. For example, you could also use the unwoven one and apply transaction aspects via load-time weaving (LTW) while starting the application. See my other answer here for both approaches #1 and #2.
- Delombok the source code build the generated sources with the AspectJ compiler in a second build step.
I generated constructors, getters and setters in the IDE instead of using Lombok. Now the project compiles in both IDE and Maven. It behaves exactly as it should. With
@Transactional, 0 entities are created, without it 2.
I am not sure if Lombok vs. AspectJ really is the problem due to non-compileability when using Lombok annotations, but it should be easy enough to try without Lombok for you. If it works in your context, too, we found the culprit and can think about implementing one of the 3 approaches mentioned above. Then you can tell me if you have any difficulty in doing so.
Update: I created the two-module version - Javac + Lombok, then Aspect weaving - for you in my fork and also issued pull request #1. I also improved testability a bit. See if that works for you.
Caveat: You cannot simply run
DemoApplication from the
application-lombok module, because that module is still unwoven and will not show transactional behaviour. But you can simply change the classpath for the run config to the
Update: As we found out in the comment section of the other answer, in addition to the problematic Lombok vs. AspectJ compiler configuration, the OP also simply had a problem with his IDE: Using IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition, he was first unaware of, then unable to install the AspectJ plugin, which means that IDEA does not know antyhing about the AspectJ compiler and simply overwrites anything which might have been compiled by AspectJ Maven before with plain Java classes. Therefore, transactional aspects do not work either, unless
- either pre-run compilation is disabled and
mvn compilestarted as an additional pre-build step for the corresponding run configuration,
- or all build actions for the project are being delegated to Maven via configuration,
- the OP buys a licence of IDEA Ultimate and installs the AspectJ plugin.
I am new to Spring Security and Oauth2. In my spring boot application, I have implemented authentication with Oauth2 with following set of changes:
Custom Ouath2 User service is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-08 at 11:45
I've created a simplified setup starting from your code with support for both OAuth2 and Basic Auth.
/tenant2/** will start a basic authentication.
/** (everything else) triggers an OAuth2 Authorization Code authentication.
The key to achieve this is to have one
@Configuration class per authentication type.
Let's start with the controllers:
You can use spring-security 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 spring-security 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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