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  • JSF, MyFaces and Spring Security 2.0.1

    Does anyone have a goods implementation of Spring Security with JSF?
    I have had a look at several implementation with Acegi, but all this xml is confusing for a newbie.

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    Spring Security and JSF

    Hi, I would suggest that you start with the petclinic tutorial: static.springframework.org/spring-security/site/petclinic-tutorial.html

    Even thought Acegi's configuration was verbose and complicated, Spring Security 2.0 is much easier and you should not have any problem to use it even if you are a newbie.

    Regarding JSF, it should not make any difference, except may be on the tag library in JSPs. JSF sometimes has tag incompatibilities depending on the version you're using and depending on the set of components you're using.

    Good luck!

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      If you are using JSF 1.2 / Facelets or even the brand new JSF 2.0, take a look at this google code project:


      http://code.google.com/p/spring-secu...celets-taglib/

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