- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class AnonymousProvider
- extends Object
- implements AuthenticationProvider
An implementation of
AuthenticationProvider that allows for anonymous authentication and role-based
authorization of a supplied set of allowed roles.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public AnonymousProvider(String anonymousUsername,
public ExecutionContext authenticate(Credentials credentials,
- Authenticate the user that is using the supplied credentials. If the supplied credentials are authenticated, this method
should construct an
ExecutionContext that reflects the authenticated environment, including the context's valid
security context that will be used for authorization throughout.
Note that each provider is handed a map into which it can place name-value pairs that will be used in the
Session attributes of the Session that results from this authentication attempt.
ModeShape will ignore any attributes if this provider does not authenticate the credentials.
- Specified by:
authenticate in interface
credentials - the user's JCR credentials, which may be an
AnonymousCredentials if authenticating as an
repositoryName - the name of the JCR repository; never null
workspaceName - the name of the JCR workspace; never null
repositoryContext - the execution context of the repository, which may be wrapped by this method
sessionAttributes - the map of name-value pairs that will be placed into the
Session attributes; never null
- the execution context for the authenticated user, or null if this provider could not authenticate the user
- See Also:
java.lang.String, org.modeshape.graph.ExecutionContext, java.util.Map)
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