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Acegi Security adds OpenID support to its sandbox

From the Acegi Security mailing list:

Thanks to the efforts of Robin Bramley; we now have a first draft of OpenID support in the sandbox. The code is mostly as-is from when Robin submitted sent it to me. I've done all the standard jalopy formatting of the code so it blends in and has the proper file headers.

I don't know how much this will help folks developing intranet applications, but it's pretty cool for those doing otherwise. Anyone want to take a stab getting OpenID working with Roller? It uses Acegi and supports SSO, so hopefully it won't be too difficult.

See Timothy M. O'Brien's writeup as well as Ray Krueger's for more information.

Posted in Java at Apr 20 2007, 11:33:17 AM MDT 4 Comments

Spring Security is the new name for Acegi Security. I believe they've supported OpenID since version 2. You might also checkout OpenID authentication with Spring Security.

Posted by Matt Raible on March 08, 2011 at 03:10 PM MST #

I'm interested in can enable OpenID in acegi security, but I'm confused. In what specific version is already given support for OpenID?

I read and read but can not find exactly what version of acegi security is that it supports OpenID.

Could you help me? Thanks

Posted by Seth Karim on March 08, 2011 at 07:30 PM MST #

Matt thanks for answering.

I hope not bother to post this here, but the reason for my question is because I need to implement openid in a project of my work in appfuse 1.9.4.

appfuse acegi-security 1.9.4 uses 1.0.2 and does not support openid. Spring-security is up to the openid 2.0.0 is enabled.

Openid is possible to implement in this version of appfuse? or as may be updated from acegi-security spring-security 1.0.2 to 2.0.0?

Here is where I posted my question:

Eager hope your answer. Thank you very much

Posted by Seth Karim on March 08, 2011 at 08:41 PM MST #

Seth - the reason you haven't received any responses to your questions is because you're posting them in the parent forum - which doesn't post to the mailing list. I'll answer them on Nabble, but please use the "users" forum in the future (or subscribe to the mailing list).

Posted by Matt Raible on March 09, 2011 at 04:21 PM MST #

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