Jürgen Heil(Migrated from SEC-889) said:
Currently i can put a custom strategy to hold the SecurityContext via SecurityContextHolder.setStrategyName(String). By SecurityContextHolder.initialize() the class try to load the custom strategy. When the custom class isn’t in the classpath i get a ClassNotFoundException. I found no way to set the instance directly.
Luke Taylor said:
I’m not quite clear what the problem is? Could you expand a bit on your requirements?
For example, why would your custom class not be on the classpath?
Jürgen Heil said:
My class ist not in the classpath because i’m using an OSGi-Container. I solved it by implementing a fragment bundle to your security-bundle.
OK - that sounds like a suitable resolution so I'll close as "won't fix". If there are any other comments or suggestions, please enter them here.