Re: JSF Spring security

Splash Forums PrettyFaces Users JSF Spring security Re: JSF Spring security


I’m not exactly sure what you’d need to do for your application. Basically you need to ensure that the request gets to spring security when you want it to. Figure out “what” you need it to do, then you should be able to figure out “how.”

You could try reversing the order of Spring Security filter and PrettyFaces Filter in your web.xml, so that Spring comes first. You might need to chance your URL security rules, but this might do what you want.