Keith Garry Boyce(Migrated from SEC-569) said:
I have completed access manager integration and hope it can be incoorporated into the trunk
Keith Garry Boyce said:
Acegi Filter Chain Proxy
Acegi Filter Chain Proxy
also see securityCtxExample.xml for app context..
You are all welcome :-)
Controllers are for JSF integration with ACEGI with a specific implementation for access manager
Can’t figure out a way to implement remembermeservices since there is no way to get password from access manager to compare the cookie digest
Also keep in mind that i might have later stuff so conact me for latest and greatest
Petr Jurak said:
Keith have you got a new version of this feature? When using AM 7.1 there are some difficulties with it (deprecated classes such as AMUser, unknown class ResourceDefinitionSourceMapping). Thanks.
on skype conntact me garpinc.
Luke Taylor said:
I’m afraid we can’t add this to the trunk as it has specific dependencies on Sun code and in practice it is very hard for us to maintain contributed code like this and deal with future issues which people raise against it (we generally don’t have the resources and access to third-party products that is required). Is there a possibility of your maintaining it as a separate project somewhere (e.g. on Sourceforge)? Also we’d be interested to hear comments here from other people on their experiences using the code as this provides useful reference material for others.
Karol Bucek said:
I’ve been using the code from Keith a few months ago. It was a pleasure, cause I haven’t to use the AM API and’ve been able to configure the web application’s security in “acegi” style … I would suggest developers using AM for securing their applications to consider using acegi aka spring security with this integration, for all these developers I hope this integration won’t outdate.
If it is to be a separate project do you have a sun person that you are in close contact with to maintain the project? I think they probably want to be able to say they support spring… Also what about Siteminder. Why is that different?
We don’t have any explicit support for siteminder – using it is simply a matter of looking for a particular header name in the request. There are no third-party code dependencies involved or external requirements for testing.
I’m closing this because we can’t add the code to the project for the reasons described above. The code attachments will still be available here for people to make use of if they need to support integration with Sun Access Manager.