Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-13 Thread Erik van Oosten
You don't have to use the spring xml config files to use Sprint Security. Just instantiate the beans from code! There is a small catch, you'll need to know something about Spring callbacks. These are some interface that Spring will automatically call. These are: InitializingBean,

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-13 Thread Les Hazlewood
JSecurity has been renamed to Apache Shiro and is referenced in the linked page as 'wicket-shiro'. Cheers, Les On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 3:41 AM, Erik van Oosten e.vanoos...@grons.nlwrote: You don't have to use the spring xml config files to use Sprint Security. Just instantiate the beans from

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-12 Thread Brill Pappin
Thanks for the heads up. I'll have to look at the security project again, but one thing I really like about auth-roles is that is so amazingly simply to deploy... however, I don't use spring (I'm a detractors of frameworks that use metadata where code should be) so I don't think its going

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-11 Thread Brill Pappin
I actually took the wicket-auth-roles and rolled a custom solution. I'd put it up but never went back to make sure it was properly tested for distribution :) - brill On 3-Jul-09, at 6:28 AM, fstof wrote: Any luck with this? I'm looking to do the same thing, but how Brill Pappin wrote:

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-11 Thread Brill Pappin
I actually find it very usable and i love how simple it is... does the new security framework have a similar simple method of securing a site like that? - Brill On 3-Jul-09, at 11:34 AM, Igor Vaynberg wrote: wicket auth roles is an example, not a reusable framework. you should copy and

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-11 Thread Olger Warnier
The wicket-security framework has possibilities to integrate with SSO mechanisms. Next to that, you can integrate with spring-security and all authentication mechanisms supported by that. The yahoo-bbauth sample may help you to get an idea on how that works. Olger On 11 jul 2009, at 08:09,

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-03 Thread fstof
Any luck with this? I'm looking to do the same thing, but how Brill Pappin wrote: I'm trying to integrate wicket-auth-roles with a token based SSO security system. I can't see where I can intercept the authentication sequence and auto-login the user based on the token. Essentially

Re: intercept security check in wicket-auth-roles

2009-07-03 Thread Igor Vaynberg
wicket auth roles is an example, not a reusable framework. you should copy and paste the code into your project and customize as needed. -igor On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 8:30 AM, Brill Pappinbr...@pappin.ca wrote: I'm trying to integrate wicket-auth-roles with a token based SSO security system.