Hi Davi,

Two things:

1. You can use oauth2 without spring, pretty easily directly programmatically 
in a OSGi service. I can add an example about that. It’s very simple and works 
2. I’m working on spring-boot artifacts support in Karaf (I’m working on the 
PoC and I will send proposal with details soon).


> Le 30 juin 2020 à 01:54, Davi Baldin Tavares <davi.bal...@gmail.com> a écrit :
> Hi Karafers,
> I'm still working on securing my HTTP context deployed on Karaf and most of 
> the oauth2.0 implementation references are being addressed by Spring boot. 
> I've found 4.2.9 has Spring Security Feature 5.3.x.
> Do I either go Spring boot approach (example 
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30881786/can-spring-boot-be-used-with-osgi-if-not-any-plans-to-have-an-osgi-spring-boot
> <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/30881786/can-spring-boot-be-used-with-osgi-if-not-any-plans-to-have-an-osgi-spring-boot>)
>  or I have OSGi centric better option (better is simple, standard and clear)?
> Cheers,
> Davi

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