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  • zxc12
    started a topic How do i call beans after succesful login?

    How do i call beans after succesful login?

    I want to populate some beans after a succesful login but have no idea hos to automatically always call a bean after a sucessful login, please help!

    (Using Spring Security 2.0)

    Thanks!

  • ram.gaurav
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    If you have more confusion then please fell free to discuss.........

    Good Luck Dude,
    Gaurav

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  • ram.gaurav
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    Yes, "Some one" is absolutely right, to be more specific you can please check out the class "org.acegisecurity.ui.AbstractProcessingFilter", alwaysUseDefaultTargetUrl actually belongs to above class which is extended by AuthenticationProsessingFilter.

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  • some one
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    look for a property in org.springframework.security.ui.webapp.Authenticat ionProcessingFilter

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  • zxc12
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    Can't find a place to set alwaysUseDefaultTargetUrl in Spring Security 2.0, any idea guys?
    Thanks!

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  • zxc12
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    Thanks mate, will try it out

    Originally posted by bessette View Post
    You should be able to specify the url you want to go to after login, by adding/updating the "defaultTargetUrl" property in the AuthenticationProcessingFilter. This target could be a controller that updates your bean, then redirects to another view or something.

    You would probably want to set "alwaysUseDefaultTargetUrl" to true in this case. Not sure if there's a better way to do it or now.

    Thanks,
    Eric

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  • bessette
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    You should be able to specify the url you want to go to after login, by adding/updating the "defaultTargetUrl" property in the AuthenticationProcessingFilter. This target could be a controller that updates your bean, then redirects to another view or something.

    You would probably want to set "alwaysUseDefaultTargetUrl" to true in this case. Not sure if there's a better way to do it or now.

    Thanks,
    Eric

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