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    Hi,

    We have OAuth implemented on another server in .Net and we need to protect REST webservices written in Java under Spring MVC.

    I don't need to implement a new OAuth server just check that requests have a valid access token. This will then talk to the .Net webservices to check.

    How do I go about doing this? I have looked at the example code and documentation and haven't seen much to go on.

    Can I just implement some kind of filter to do this?

    Thanks for your help

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    Basically, it's a matter of applying an instance of ProtectedResourceProcessingFilter to your REST requests.

    It's a servlet filter, so you may not even need to bring in the whole spring framework, but then you'd have to wire it up and configure it by hand.

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