Willie Wheeler (Migrated from SEC-1164) said:
Please see the Spring forum reference above, and in particular, the message I posted on Mar 29, 2009.
I've installed the Spring IDE Spring Security Extension (2.2.4.RELEASE) and would have expected that this would allow me to use Open Graph to visualize security namespace configurations, such as , , and so forth. (The Spring Batch Extension allows me to visualize the custom Spring Batch namespace just fine.) Not sure if my expectation is wrong or whether I'm just missing something.
Christian Dupuis said:
Spring IDE does not get the required events from Spring Security's namespace parser implementations. You can see that also by looking at the Spring Explorer which in your example only provides on bean.
(see attached screenshot)
Luke, I moved that issue from Spring IDE over to Spring Security as the namespace parser implementation fail to register BeanComponentDefinitions that can be captured by Spring IDE.
Luke Taylor said:
Linkking to SEC-1196 as we need to have a single bean registered with knowledge of the providers in order to show them in tooling. Currently a post processor is used to set the providers.
This should be fixed now. Most of the namespace code has been reworked to remove bean decorators and the use of post-processors for wiring up things like the filter chain, so a realistic portrayal of the final bean configuration can be achieved by the tooling environment.
Willie Wheeler said:
I'm still seeing a blank graph. I'm using
Happy to post more information if this is something more than a config issue on my side. :-)
This issue depends on #1435
This issue depends on #1444