I've recently created an application that has a Wicket frontend (and Spring
backend) authenticated by Keycloak. It's a relatively simple integration
really, all pages require a valid Keycloak session, so it uses the default
Keycloak servlet filter adapter:


In my setup I've mapped the Keycloak filter to all URLs (before the Wicket
filter). Using this filter is simply a matter of adding it to your web.xml
and making sure you have a keycloak.json file in your WEB-INF folder.

In Wicket, you can then get the Keycloak context from the RequestCycle:

ServletWebRequest request = (ServletWebRequest)
HttpServletRequest containerRequest = request.getContainerRequest();
KeycloakSecurityContext securityContext = (KeycloakSecurityContext)

Hope this helps.



Op wo 10 apr. 2019 om 16:43 schreef Calin Pavel <calin.pa...@gmail.com>:

> Hi everybody,
> Did anybody integrated Wicket with Keycloak?
> Do you have any sample how this could be done - to restrict access to
> pages, to authenticate user ....
> Thank you,
> Calin Pavel
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