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I really think it should be a path parameter. This way it would be very consistent. Where else could you store it? Perhaps the session? But I don’t like to store something like this in the session.
My guess is that some part of Spring Security has to be customized to achieve this.
A quick Google search lead me to LoginUrlAuthenticationEntryPoint.
Perhaps this could be something that you could extends/customize to dynamically generate the login URL Spring Security redirects to?
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