Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta.

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Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Acegi Security 1.0.6 and Spring Security 2.0-M1

From the Acegi mailing list:

Release 1.0.6 is now available from Sourceforge:

This is a minor bugfix and maintenance release - the changelog can be viewed here:

The jar files should also be available from the central maven repository.

Spring Security 2.0-M1
This is the first milestone release of Spring Security 2.0. You can download it from:

The changelog can be found here:

For maven users, the jars are available from the Spring milestone repository. For details on how to add this to your project, read Ben Hale's article.

I tried this release with AppFuse and all tests pass.

Posted in Java at Jan 04 2008, 12:31:37 PM MST 3 Comments

Happy new year Matt, Just wondering if you've any plans to release a new version of AppFuse once Spring Security 2.0 is released. Also, I think you've mentioned in the past the possibility of proving a GWT option for AppFuse, or did I just imagine it? Cheers, Donal

Posted by Donal on January 04, 2008 at 09:42 PM MST #

Which release did you try? Acegi 1.0.6 works with AppFuse or Spring Security 2.0-M1? Sounds like Acegi, as migration to Spring Security surely has broad implications.

Posted by Jason on January 05, 2008 at 01:11 AM MST #

Donal - Yes, we will upgrade AppFuse to use Spring Security 2.0 when it's released. And yes, I would like to provide a GWT option for AppFuse.

Jason - I tried Acegi Security 1.0.6. I don't believe Spring Security 2.0 will be a drop-in replacement of 1.x.

Posted by Matt Raible on January 07, 2008 at 02:05 PM MST #

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