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Bootiful CAS-enabled web application

This is the simplest CASyfied Spring Boot application that there could be. It uses official CAS Client

It could be used as a template to build more complex CAS-enabled Spring Boot apps, or simply as a quick tester for various CAS servers installations.

To get started

  • Make sure you have Java 8 installed (it won't work on Java versions less than 8)

  • Clone this repository

  • Verify dependency in build.gradle for org.jasig.cas.client:cas-client-support-springboot is updated to latest version.

  • Change 3 required URL properties in src/main/resources/application.yml pointing to the desired CAS server and client host. For example:

    cas:
      #Required properties
      server-url-prefix: https://localhost:8143/cas
      server-login-url: https://localhost:8143/cas/login
      client-host-url: https://localhost:8443
  • Change SSL settings in src/main/resources/application.yml pointing to your local keystore and truststore. For example:

server:
  port: 8443
  ssl:
    enabled: true
    key-store: /etc/cas/thekeystore
    key-store-password: changeit     

Note: you also might need to do the self-cert generation/importing dance into the JVM's trustore for this CAS client/server SSL handshake to work properly.

  • From the command line run: ./gradlew clean bootRun

  • Visit https://localhost:8443 in the web browser of choice and enjoy the CASyfied Spring Boot app!

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