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Spring Security support #29
Would you consider to add support Spring Security as well? What I have done before is stripping necessary components from spring-webflow and put inside our project. Using directly spring-webflow is bringing other dependencies that is why we are not using directly using them.
Here is the relevant part of it:
Spring Team expects a contribution from community to support JSF. Almost all issues related to JSF has been marked as
I think that this project would be the correct place to gather community efforts.
So +1 to bring these classes into this project.
Thank you for you comments @cemo. Let's do our best to improve JSF and Spring Boot ecosystem!
I'm a happy spring taglib-jsf20-spring-3 library user with jsf 2.2, spring 4.2 and springsecurity 4.2 versions.
The main advantage of spring security facelets taglib library over spring-webflow is that it is dedicated to solve jsf facelets and spring security integration. The facelets tags are equivalent. Maybe including all spring-webflow stuff is not a good solution at this moment.
added a commit
May 29, 2016
Added springsecuritytaglib.xml including authorize, authenticated and anonymous tags and areAllGranted, areAnyGranted, areNotGranted, isAllowed, isAuthenticated and isAnonymous functions.
JSF Spring Boot Starter included org.springframework.boot:spring-security-taglibs dependency. Client application has to include org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-security dependency.