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multiple JAAS call-backs for RAP login [message #652626] Fri, 04 February 2011 18:31 Go to next message
Tom H is currently offline Tom HFriend
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I have an app which uses a variation on the DummyCallbackHandler.java to request a username/password from the user.

However I want to implement some logic to force a password change, and to provide a confirmation code.

Is there any way to add multiple callback handler mappings to plun.xml

also are there any examples of implementing password change dialogs in JAAS/RAP?

Thanks,
T
Re: multiple JAAS call-backs for RAP login [message #652952 is a reply to message #652626] Mon, 07 February 2011 17:24 Go to previous message
Ralf Sternberg is currently offline Ralf SternbergFriend
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Hi,

> I have an app which uses a variation on the DummyCallbackHandler.java to
> request a username/password from the user.
>
> However I want to implement some logic to force a password change, and
> to provide a confirmation code.
>
> Is there any way to add multiple callback handler mappings to plun.xml

Yes, you can add as many extensions as you like to your plugin.xml. Make
sure you also add mappings for these extension points to be able to
select the different handlers.

> also are there any examples of implementing password change dialogs in
> JAAS/RAP?

No, at least I don't know of any. However, there's no difference between
RAP and RCP in this regard, so that's not particularly a RAP question. If
you get it running with RCP, you can use your solution with RAP, too.

Regards, Ralf

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