- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class AtLeastOneSuccessfulStrategy
- extends AbstractAuthenticationStrategy
AuthenticationStrategy implementation that requires at least one configured realm to
successfully process the submitted AuthenticationToken during the log-in attempt.
This means any number of configured realms do not have to support the submitted log-in token, or they may
be unable to acquire AuthenticationInfo for the token, but as long as at least one can do both, this
Strategy implementation will allow the log-in process to be successful.
Note that this implementation will aggregate the account data from all successfully consulted
realms during the authentication attempt. If you want only the account data from the first successfully
consulted realm and want to ignore all subsequent realms, use the
- See Also:
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public AuthenticationInfo afterAllAttempts(AuthenticationToken token,
- Ensures that the
aggregate method argument is not
null, and if either is
null, throws an AuthenticationException to indicate
that none of the realms authenticated successfully.
- Specified by:
afterAllAttempts in interface
afterAllAttempts in class
token - the
AuthenticationToken submitted for the subject attempting system log-in.
aggregate - the aggregate
AuthenticationInfo instance populated by all realms during the log-in attempt.
- the final
AuthenticationInfo object to return to the Authenticator.authenticate() caller.
AuthenticationException - if the Strategy implementation wishes to fail the authentication attempt.
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